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  1. Maryalee

    Oh, now you’ve done it. Next thing she’s going to be climbing the OW ranked ladders until she suffers a broken heart when she learns no team will sign a female dinosaur.

    …What?

  2. I wonder if her claws are going to hinder her button-pushing abilities? Though considering the high-tech tablet society of Cyantia, she may have already learned to press buttons with precision.

    But on a tangent, do their touch-tablets work on scaly clawed hands? I know Tiff mentioned she was thinking of changing the furred Cyantians by giving the paw / finger pads so they could use tablets, but what about Cyantians like Rad and the bird-people (ugh, can’t remeber what they’re called off the top of my head. Avistarians?). Not to mention Diggers with their armadillo claws.

    Perhaps Cyantian touch screens are so advanced they recognise touch without needing skin contact? Fur, claws, feathers, whatever you have is all recognisable while maintaining palm-rejection. I mean, they do have teleporters, spaceships, advanced genetic engineering, and AI with emotions, and all.

    • Crim Zanku

      That device uses a resistive touchscreen so she would have no problem since it senses pressure. Now for cyantian tablets if there using an more advanced capacitive touchscreen than it would have no problem sensing trough fur or picking up scales.

    • Mika Kyubi

      On the technology end for tablets, there’s an early tablet technology that has all but been forgotten and neglected known as resistive touch detection (as opposed to capacitative, which is the currently used type). It is capable of detecting touch regardless of skin capacitance, and can be operated in thick gloves, etc., when skin contact isn’t available. The resolution for detection on these screens was never very high, but this does not mean there’s no room for improvement in them. It’s simply that the newer tech is cheaper to produce and now far better researched.

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Discussion (4) ¬

  1. Maryalee

    Oh, now you’ve done it. Next thing she’s going to be climbing the OW ranked ladders until she suffers a broken heart when she learns no team will sign a female dinosaur.

    …What?

  2. I wonder if her claws are going to hinder her button-pushing abilities? Though considering the high-tech tablet society of Cyantia, she may have already learned to press buttons with precision.

    But on a tangent, do their touch-tablets work on scaly clawed hands? I know Tiff mentioned she was thinking of changing the furred Cyantians by giving the paw / finger pads so they could use tablets, but what about Cyantians like Rad and the bird-people (ugh, can’t remeber what they’re called off the top of my head. Avistarians?). Not to mention Diggers with their armadillo claws.

    Perhaps Cyantian touch screens are so advanced they recognise touch without needing skin contact? Fur, claws, feathers, whatever you have is all recognisable while maintaining palm-rejection. I mean, they do have teleporters, spaceships, advanced genetic engineering, and AI with emotions, and all.

    • Crim Zanku

      That device uses a resistive touchscreen so she would have no problem since it senses pressure. Now for cyantian tablets if there using an more advanced capacitive touchscreen than it would have no problem sensing trough fur or picking up scales.

    • Mika Kyubi

      On the technology end for tablets, there’s an early tablet technology that has all but been forgotten and neglected known as resistive touch detection (as opposed to capacitative, which is the currently used type). It is capable of detecting touch regardless of skin capacitance, and can be operated in thick gloves, etc., when skin contact isn’t available. The resolution for detection on these screens was never very high, but this does not mean there’s no room for improvement in them. It’s simply that the newer tech is cheaper to produce and now far better researched.

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