“Textile++: Low Cost Textile Interface Using the Principle of Resistive Touch Sensing” by Ono, Baba, Iwamura, Ogie and Haimes

  • ©Keisuke Ono, Tetsuaki Baba, Shinichiro Iwamura, Akira Ogie, and Paul Haimes

  • ©Keisuke Ono, Tetsuaki Baba, Shinichiro Iwamura, Akira Ogie, and Paul Haimes

  • ©Keisuke Ono, Tetsuaki Baba, Shinichiro Iwamura, Akira Ogie, and Paul Haimes

  • ©Keisuke Ono, Tetsuaki Baba, Shinichiro Iwamura, Akira Ogie, and Paul Haimes

Title:


    Textile++: Low Cost Textile Interface Using the Principle of Resistive Touch Sensing

Presenter(s):



Description:


    Here we introduce our system Textile++, a touch-sensitive cloth consisting of fiber materials. With this system, it is possible to detect the XY coordinate position of the substance touching the cloth. In addition, pressure can be detected. Textile++ is flexible and lightweight, making it is easy to apply to conventional clothes. Compared to existing methods, the structure is simple, so it is possible to manufacture at very low cost. This paper explains the proposed Textile ++ system and its application to a cuff-based user interface (UI) created for a jacket (Figure 1).


ACM Digital Library Publication:



PDF:



Conference:


Overview Page:


Type: