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Oct202012

Is transparent ITO coating being used in new touchcode technology? (LinkedIn Discussion)

Michael Flynn
Unlikely. From their website: "The Touchcode will not be visible to the end user since it will be hidden under a layer of color or between paper (for example in a folded package)." If they used a transparent material there would be no need to hide it.

Walied Khan
Thanks Michael. That is precisely the point. My understanding is the Touccode itself works only with Projective capacitive displays. If it works based on the projective capacitive principle then there might be some embeded capacitance in the Touchcode tag/label etc itself. ITO makes for a good candidate. follow the link below for some additional info.

http://blog.laptopmag.com/qr-code-killer-touchcode-opens-content-by-tapping-paper-to-screen

Read the rest of this discussion at the LinkedIn group Display Technology.

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