Touch-Magic | Workshop on making of touchscreen devices

Touch-Magic

Workshop on making of touchscreen devices

This workshop is based on making of touchscreen devices using the concept of Surface Computing.A touch screen is an electronic visual display that can detect the presence and location of a touch within the display area. The term generally refers to touching the display of the device with a finger or hand.

Touch is one of the most powerful and inciting sensations that we can experience.Multi touch technology has been a path breaking new field of research in the domain of human-computer interaction and has been implemented in devices like the Microsoft Touch.

Topics to be covered in this Workshop

1. Introduction

i. Introduction to TouchScreen
ii. Introduction to Multi touch technology
iii. Introduction to Matlab and image processing
iv. History
v. Features

2. Surface technology attributes

i. Direct Interaction: Interacting with touch instead of a keyboard or mouse
ii. Multitouch:several points of contact at once
iii. Multi user:many users collaborating at one time
iv. Object Recognition:physical objects have tags to recognize and trigger different responses

3. Structure

i. Screen
ii. Infrared
iii. CPU
iv. Projector

4. Components

i. Kernel
i. Program execution
ii. Interrupts
iii. Modes
iv. Memory management
v. Virtual memory
vi. Multitasking
vii. Disk access and file systems
viii. Device drivers
ii. Networking
iii. Security
iv. User interface

5. Various OS

i. Android
ii. BSD
iii. iOS
iv. GNU/Linux
v. Mac OS X
vi. Microsoft Windows
vii. Windows Phone

6. Hardware Technologies

i. Camera Hack
ii. Image processing using matlab Operating laptop using LED pen
iii. webcam and matlab Diffused Illumination
iv. How to use projected image from projector as touchscreen

7. Optical Technologies
8. Application

i. BuildingTGTouch Mini Frustrated Total Internal Reflection
ii. Building TGTouch Table V1 Various flash applications using multitouch
i. Smoke
ii. Fire
iii. Multikey
iv. Paint
v. Ripples
vi. Bloom
vii. Gesture

Duration

The duration of this workshop will be two consecutive days, with eight hour session each day in a total of sixteen hours properly divided into theory and hands on sessions

Certification

A 'Certificate of Participation' by HoriZON (An Unit of MBS Group™) to all Participants of this workshop. At the end of this workshop, a small competition will be organized among the participating students and winners will be awarded with a 'Certificate of Merit'.

Eligibility

Basic Knowledge of Internet is requuired.

Fee

Rs. 1000/- (inclusive of all Taxes) per participant
* The fee include study material, Certification, human resources and other charges.