The TapXR uses a combination of motion and optical sensors for hand and finger tracking, and to detect and classify finger taps and other gestures. When a finger or fingers touch a surface, a ‘tap event’ is initiated, and the sensor data is sent to an embedded neural processor, which determines which of the fingers have made contact. This information is then formatted for transmission, and sent via Bluetooth to the paired device.
Articles in this section
- How to Update Your TapXR Using TapManager
- How to Pair Your TapXR to Your Device/Pairing Your TapXR
- What Does TapXR’s Haptic (Vibration) Feedback Mean?
- How Do I Charge My TapXR?
- I am Having Trouble Getting the Taps I Want with My TapXR / TapXR is Inaccurate
- How Do I Turn the TapXR On and Off or Use Standby?
- How Does the TapXR Work?
- How To Wear / Put On Your TapXR
- How Do I Assemble / Put Together My TapXR?
- What Size TapXR Should I Order?