[757labs] iphone screen/digitizer
trevorl.salad at gmail.com
Tue Dec 13 09:59:04 EST 2011
Sparkfun has an MPR121 powered capacitive touch sensor breakout board
that will prolly do what you want, depending on how many locations
need to be sensed. No reason this couldn't be hooked up to an Arduino.
In fact, the sample code is for a ATmega328 chip.
I've worked with resistive screens, but the iphone screens are
capactive and are not nearly as straight forward.
On 12/12/11, Nathan McGuirt <nathan at meltphace.org> wrote:
> On Monday, December 12, 2011 at 4:17 PM, tj at users.757.org wrote:
>> Are there any obvious ways to connect to the digitizer with hobbyist
>> equipment? perhaps hooking it up to a microcontroller?
> This is all I know! One is for digitizer, one for LCD. They are small.
> Really small. Stupid small.
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