Microchip Touch Video Tutorials

This page contains multiple how-to videos to help you get started with Microchip's capacitive touch solutions. To browse all touch videos check out our Video Library.

How to Implement Touch on an AVR® Microcontroller

This video demonstrates how to use the QTouch® library in Atmel START to program the Water Tolerant Touch Surface Development Kit to connect to the 2D Touch Surface Utility.


How to Implement Touch on a PIC® Microcontroller

This video demonstrates how to use the mTouch® library in MPLAB® Code Configurator (MCC) to program the PIC18F47Q10 Curiosity Nano to use with the QT7 Xplained Pro Extension Kit.


2D Touch Surface Example

The following three videos show how easy and fast it is to create a touchpad with Microchip's 2D Touch Surface Library. You will learn how to program the SAML10 Xplained Pro to use the QT8 Xplained Pro Extension Kit for touch input and see how the 2D Touch Surface Utility can be used for visualizing touch performance.

Part 1 - Hardware and Goals

Part 2 - Code Configuration

Part 3 – Performance and Visualization

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