November 2007 Archives
In this week finally I arranged to find a little bit of time at evening so, paragraph after paragraph I completed what I can say the "alpha" version of my multitouch display DIY guide!
Compared to the "work in progress" version that hopefully you saw after my last post, I completed the section two and basically wrote down from scratch the section three where I describe the construction of the FTIR multitouch itself.
As usual, I hope that it may be useful to you to face all the issues and doubt you can find along this building path and, why not, I hope that it gives all the common informations that probably were still missing in this site and that some of you were asking me in the comments or by email.
As I was saying in the last post, this guide is not intended as the ultimate reference for the construction of those kind of device. Honestly it is aiming to be at least a complete walkthrough for those who want to understand what a multitouch display is and how an FTIR one may be built at home, with very common materials and tools.
Please feel free to comment this post or the guide page to point out parts that are lacking informations or that are not so understandable so I can improve the guide and, hopefully, your experience in reading it.