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Software bypasses touch control prototyping

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:software? touch control? Aito?

A perfectly timed haptic feedback to the fingertip of the user counts largely a touch interface design. With the tool's intuitive GUI, designers have an easy access interface that allows creation of a code that can either be uploaded directly to the Arduino Nano platform, or used to quickly create device drivers for their own host processor, using Aito's Arduino Library.

The software provides a timeline view, with separate bars for each output, to show changes to design parameters in real-time. It also provides information on other parameters, such as buzzer frequency or haptic sharpness. The ability to import and export code configurations allows development teams to share and reuse designs. For the most part, it is fully supported by a detailed user manual, plus a design guide that describes how to create successful UX designs.

Aito provides free copies of the software, available on request, to allow the initial evaluation of the SEP touch technology.

An introduction to the SEP haptic touch technology, with a how-to on connecting the board to a PC from where a designer can create customised feedback patterns using UX Design Studio. Source: Aito

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