Evaluating the effectiveness of using touch sensor capacitors as an input device for a wrist watch computer
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On the go computing is becoming more important for users who wish to access information from anywhere. Wearable computers are an optimal solution to achieving this feat because it allows for easy accessibility and quick use. There are many challenges that arise with small computers worn on the body. One of the most common issues is the interaction between the computer and the user and more specifically how the user enters input. In this paper we research a potential effective way to interact with a wrist watch by mounting touch sensors on the watch band.