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Yes, silicone is an insulator. So is wood, yet there are dozens of videos of people using cap touch through fairly thick wood. I may switch to acrylic as well for my lens, but would like to make the silicone work. I think my goal here is to get past the predetermined capTouch.isTouched that has filtered the sensitivity quite low to avoid noise.

There is a video using a different product where the user does 3 things.
1. edits the code to be WAY more sensitive,
2. Uses are larger pad/conductor
3. Changes a resistor for higher sensitivity.


I dont want to have to order that other board if I can make this one work.


Hello! Forgive me as I know basically nothing about all of this.

I have a wireling zero with a TinyCircuits cap touch strip. I need it to be more sensitive so that I can give inputs without actually touching it.
Is this done in the software (using CapTouchSimple) or do I need to change/add a resistor somewhere on this board?

Ultimately I am trying to sense through about 1/2" of silicone. I may extend the touch points as well if they need to be spaced further apart or if they need to be enlarged with a copper pad or something like that.

Thank you!

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