Yet another application for touch sensing occurs in smart mirrors. At the Hospitality Design Expo, at the Sands Convention Center in Las Vegas, May 19-21, Nicole Collins of Electric Mirror, a provider of mirrors that integrate a TV display, LED lighting, touch sensing, and more, demonstrates the functionality and elegance of touch sensing integrated into […]
Additional applications for touch sensing are in light dimmers and room thermostats. At the Hospitality Design Expo, at the Sands Convention Center in Las Vegas, May 19-21, Justin Gardner of INNCOM, a provider of integrated room automation systems, demonstrates the functionality of these stylish examples. For more information about INNCOM and its energy management products, […]
Touch sensing is finding many applications in the hospitality industry. In this first of three videos from the Hospitality Design Expo, touch sensing provides access through a backlit and simulated push-button display for a high-tech door. For the video demonstration from the Hospitality Design Expo, click the quick play button below.
Companies that want to give their products a distinctive look and feel are turning to touch sensing as an alternative to traditional push buttons. The simple flat surface is also easier to maintain and keep clean. As a result, a variety of medical, industrial, automotive and hospitality industry applications are appearing. One of the newest […]
Housed in a tiny 8-pin package, the STM8T141 touch-sensor controller from STMicroelectronics can improve the performance and styling of products, such as mobile phones, portable consumer products, and appliances. The IC allows the replacement of conventional buttons with a touch sensor for main power-on/off or to trigger wake-up from battery-saving sleep modes. The STM8T141 draws […]