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New Haptic Feedback Evaluation Kit Tutorial: Enabling the Slider

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One of the most visible changes to the Haptic Shield includes the new arrangement of capacitive touch buttons that act as navigation for the kit’s different Modes of Operation. Formerly, only 3 large buttons on the bottom row were used (left, right and select), but now there are 9 segments included.

By default, the 9 segments are grouped into 3 buttons so they perform exactly as earlier versions of the kit. However, it is possible to make a small change in the code before uploading it which will enable you to ‘swipe’ left and right to navigate!

Our new tutorial shows you exactly which line to change and gives a great demonstration of how the buttons work with the different settings, you can access the article using the link below!

A view down onto the our haptic feedback evaluation kit
Haptic Feedback Evaluation Kit Tutorial: Enabling the Slider
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