Finding Common Ground: A Survey of Capacitive Sensing in Human-Computer Interaction

@inproceedings{GroePuppendahl2017FindingCG,
  title={Finding Common Ground: A Survey of Capacitive Sensing in Human-Computer Interaction},
  author={Tobias Alexander Gro{\ss}e-Puppendahl and Christian Holz and Gabe Cohn and Raphael Wimmer and Oskar Bechtold and Steve Hodges and Matthew S. Reynolds and Jonathan Simon Richardson Smith},
  booktitle={CHI},
  year={2017}
}
For more than two decades, capacitive sensing has played a prominent role in human-computer interaction research. Capacitive sensing has become ubiquitous on mobile, wearable, and stationary devices - enabling fundamentally new interaction techniques on, above, and around them. The research community has also enabled human position estimation and whole-body gestural interaction in instrumented environments. However, the broad field of capacitive sensing research has become fragmented by… CONTINUE READING

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