How can you use capacitive screens when you are wearing gloves?
becker 2 years ago
Ok, I know this question may sound a little weird, but I promise that I'm not walking around my office all day wearing gloves. No matter how dapper that might look, now that I think about it. :-)
I'm going on a motorcycle trip next week, and I want to use my smartphone's GPS for navigation in some area that I'm not familiar with. The problem is that capacitive screens only respond to conductive materials like your finger or a specially designed stylus. I thought the leather on my glove might work, but it doesn't. Oh, and I'm not a Harley kind of guy, so fingerless gloves are not an option I would consider. I guess I don't absolutely need to interact with the device while riding, but it would be nice, and I could avoid the hassle of being forced to stop, remove my gloves, then do what I need to do. Is there a way to get a capacitive screen to work with gloves on?
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