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Does the user have to touch the conductive paint directly, or can there be be a non-conductive layer of some kind over it – so that the touch areas could be disguised in a manner appropriate to the project?
Does the conductive paint need to be directly “touchable”, or can they be covered with a thin layer of paint (or whatever) so that the touch areas don’t have to be obvious?