Narjes Pourjafarian is a PhD student in the Human-Computer Interaction group at Saarland University. She received her second MSc degree in Computer Science from Saarland University, the first MSc degree in Control System Engineering from Shiraz University and bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Shiraz University of Technology, Iran. During her Master studies, she worked on fabrication of multi-touch sensors for on-skin interaction. Her research interests are embedded sensing systems for Ubiquitous Computing and Human-Computer Interaction. She is also interested in artificial intelligence and machine learning.
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Multi-Touch Kit enables electronics novices to rapidly prototype customized capacitive multitouch sensors with a commodity microcontroller and open-source software and does not require any specialized hardware.
Multi-Touch Skin is a thin and flexible multi-touch sensor for on-skin input. The thin and flexible multi-touch sensor can be customized in size and shape to fit various locations on the body.