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Old 11-06-2008, 08:21 PM   #7
allovertheglobe
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Originally Posted by joblack View Post
What are capacitive sensors anyway?
Here's a page that may explain things. At least the top of the pages keeps it fairly easy. Basically they generate a small electrical field, which will be changed by the presence of your fingertip and this can be interpreted as a "button push" (without the need of a physical switch)
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