Atmel will host a webinar titled, Free & Easy: Introducing QTouch Studio 4.0. The webcast will demonstrate how to design touch interfaces with Atmel’s QTouch Studio 4.0 and Altium Designer 4.0. The free one-hour seminar will take place Thursday, March 25, 2010 at 12 pm ET / 9 am PT. The QTouch Studio webinar will be presented by Steve Berry (director of touch marketing) and Arild Rodland (product marketing manager).
The webinar will show how the capabilities of QTouch Studio 4.0 and Altium Designer can overcome the challenges designers face when adding touch functionality to user interface applications and accelerating designs to production. The webcast will demonstrate a typical touch interface design using the combination of QTouch Studio 4.0 and Altium Designer. Attendees will learn how to implement touch buttons, sliders and wheels in low-power applications using Atmel’s AVR microcontrollers.
The free Atmel QTouch library helps engineers with embedding capacitive touch buttons, sliders and wheels functionality into general-purpose AVR microcontroller applications. The easy-to-use QTouch Suite enables designers to explore, develop and debug touch applications. Atmel also offers non-programmable, ready-to-use solutions for those developers who do not require the flexibility and integration capability of the general purpose microcontroller.