Wood, stone, cloth, and paper may be used as cover panels of capacitive touch sensors.
This capacitive touch solution makes it possible to revolutionize design in a restriction-free (material-free and design-free) environment. In recent years, home electronics and other products have been adopting capacitive touch interfaces to improve design and durability. The demand for better demand is becoming especially strong. These solutions enable wood, stone, cloth, paper, and other materials that were previously not used for operating panels of electronic devices, to be used as cover panels for capacitive touch sensors instead of traditional resin materials such as glass or acrylic.