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Is tracking screen pressure possible and eventually how?

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Is tracking screen pressure possible and eventually how?

Postby itudoben » Wed Nov 17, 2010 3:57 pm

Part of a study, I need to be able to measure the pressure on the screen when one uses the virtual keyboard and the coordinates of the first contact of the finger on the screen so I can eventually find out how accurately one is typing on a virtual keyboard.

I know it might not be common to do this on smartphones yet, but if anyone has experience with this sort of things please let me know.
Thx
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