Review of TUIC: Enabling Tangible Interaction on Capacitive Multi-touch Display
Review of TUIC: Enabling Tangible Interaction on Capacitive Multi-touch Display

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I reviewed “TUIC: Enabling Tangible Interaction on Capacitive Multi-touch Displays” (citation below) for my course on human-computer interaction.

TUIC is a method for providing tangible input to unmodified capacitive-touch screens by simulating finger-touch events. In my review, I list the advantages and disadvantages of the technology as reported in the paper, then provide some possible improvements.

N. Yu, L. Chan, S. Lau, S. Tsai, I. Hsiao, D. Tsai, L. Cheng, F. Hsiao, M.Y. Chen, P. Huang, and Y. Hung. TUIC: Enabling Tangible Interaction on Capacitive Multi-touch Display. Proceedings of ACM CHI. 2011.
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