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Many common forms of activities are tactile in their nature. We touch, grasp, and interact with a plethora of objects every day. Some of those objects are registering our activities, such as the millions of touch screens we are using every day. Adding perception to arbitrary objects is an active area of research, with a variety of technologies in use.… (More)
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Capacitive sensing is a common technology for finger-controlled touch screens. The variety of proximity sensors extends the range, thus supporting mid-air gesture interaction and application below any non-conductive materials. However, this comes at the cost of limited resolution for touch detection. In this paper, we present CapTap, which uses capacitive… (More)
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