Microchip at CES 2020 shows maXTouch capacitive touch curved glove wet air gestures, Knob-on-Display

Posted by Charbax – January 17, 2020

Microchip at CES 2020 shows some demos for automotive, health, intelligent home, human interface, power and connectivity and security including their Automotive Knob-on-Display and Ultrawide Touchscreen Center Console which features their innovative maXTouch technology-based Knob-on-Display (KoD) functionality, which allows OEMs to add features and functions to a vehicle’s ultrawide touchscreen while reducing driver distraction, Microchip's Rotary Touch Encoder with maXTouch Technology-Powered Touchscreen Display-on-Knob (DoK) user interface for touchscreens brings classic mechanical knobs into the era of smart interactive devices, Microchip Curved Surfaces with maXTouch 2D touchscreen controllers that are molded into 3D shapes, their microcontrollers (MCUs) can be used for force sensing and haptic, audio or LED feedback shows how electronics can be molded into curved plastics for adding touch buttons, sliders, wheels and trackpads to automotive, consumer, industrial, factory and other applications, Zebra Barcode Scanner and Handheld Portable Computing Terminal with maXTouch Technology used to implement single-finger thick-glove support in the touch interfaces used in Zebra Technologies’ MC93 rugged gun-style inventory management barcode scanner and TC57 rugged handheld portable computing terminal. Featuring their new MXT2952TD chipset. The Cambridge Yoyo-M high-fidelity stereo Speakers with 3D Air Gesture Control feature Microchip's 3D air gesture controls to wake up the touch control buttons on approach and control music playback with a simple wave of your hand.