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Designing Touch Panels to Work with Gloves

"The difference in touch response between a traditional resistive touch panel and a projected capacitive touch panel is based on the underlying technology used to determine the location of the touch. Unlike a resistive touch panel, which works by shorting one conductive layer to another, a projected capacitive touch panel uses capacitive coupling between the user’s finger and the touch panel to determine the location of the touch. If there is no capacitive coupling, the touch panel can’t recognize if a finger is present."

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