Microchip Touch Video Tutorials

Welcome to our Video Library.

This page provides multiple, short how-to videos as well as videos highlighting some of Microchip's Touch portfolio.

How to Implement Capacitive Touch with an AVR® Microcontroller

This video demonstrates how to use the QTouch® library in Studio to program the Water Tolerant Touch Surface Development Kit. At the end of the video, you'll have an understanding of how to set up a 2D Touch Surface inside of Start.

The following trilogy of videos shows you how easy and fast it is to create a touchpad with Microchip's 2D Touch Surface Library.

2D Touch Surface Part 1 - Hardware and Goals

In this video, we show you the hardware and provide links to all the software used throughout the videos.

2D Touch Surface Part 2 - Code Configuration

In this video, we show you how to create a new project in Atmel START. You will also learn how to configure the different settings in the touch library.

2D Touch Surface Part 3 – Performance and Visualization

This video is the last in the series and helps you visualize the results using the 2D Touch Surface GUI.

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