Hmm, I don't know. I hear about phantom capacitance. I wonder if it's similar.
Im still cleaning it up! I'll post once it's ready.
It probably could if it was programmed to do so. I would imagine that the code would need to look for touch zones and be able to categorize which zone a series of touches are coming from to identify what the right hand is doing, and what the left hand is doing.
Paolo! Alas, it's not manufacturable yet, but hopefully soon :). I hope you've been well!
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