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How does Multitouch work? A Sense of Touch for Smartphones


Teddy Tablante writes:

Have you ever thought of your smartphone's multitouch as similar to your skins ability to sense touch? We take for granted being able to sense our environment, but designing an electronic device's ability to sense the environment is no trivial task. Learn about how multitouch works in this video!

This is my 6th engineering video using Blender. I've learned a good amount, but I still have a ways to go. I went to school for engineering, and picked up Blender a few years back because of the amazing community and tutorials. If anyone has any feedback, I would love to hear it!

-Teddy T.

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Teddy Tablante

I am an engineer that wants to get others excited about engineering as well. I worked 8 years as an electrical and mechanical engineer on subsystems in machines that make microchips, specifically on Ion Implanters. I want to inspire others to get into engineering, so I decided to learn Blender. Eventually, I left my engineering job so I could make high-quality educational engineering videos for YouTube. My hobbies are: cooking, inner tube water polo, frisbee, and lindy hop dancing.

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