Touch/ Motion Sensor Capability

Discussion in 'The Projects Forum' started by Sjuan, Jun 11, 2012.

  1. Sjuan

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    Jan 9, 2012
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    Hi,

    I need a little help trying to determine the possibility of incorporating touch and motion sensor technology in material like rubber, plastic or glass. My question is as follows:

    Is it possible to incorporate touch and motion sensor technology in material like rubber, plastic or glass where the absence of touch and/or lack of motion could cause a mechanical reaction?

    If there is a way to accomplish this, by what process is this achieved? How does the lack of the presence of these electronic signals translate into a mechanical reaction?

    I am curious as to whether it is indeed possible for the lack of these signals to produce a mechanical effect. I'm intrigued to know whether touch and motion sensor technology is capable in materials such as silicon, plastic, or rubber.

    I would truly appreciate any insight and thank you for your time!:)
     
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