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Noob here. I am planning to build a grip-release sensor using the foam. I'm pretty interested in the way it works. Does the resistance in circuit increase or decrease when force is applied onto it? And this will be proportional to the force in what manner? I will need to apply a potential difference won't I? Thank you :)

Noob here. I am planning to build a grip-release sensor using the foam. I'm pretty interested in the way it works. Does the resistance in circuit increase or decrease when force is applied onto it? And this will be proportional to the force in what manner? I will need to apply a potential difference won't I? Thank you :)

I am planning to build a grip-release sensor using the foam. I'm pretty interested in the way it works. Does the resistance in circuit increase or decrease when force is applied onto it? And this will be proportional to the force in what manner? I will need to apply a potential difference won't I?

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How does static dissipative foam work?

Noob here. I am planning to build a grip-release sensor using the foam. I'm pretty interested in the way it works. Does the resistance in circuit increase or decrease when force is applied onto it? And this will be proportional to the force in what manner? I will need to apply a potential difference won't I? Thank you :)