Now I kind off know that Capacitive Screens have like capacitors built into them that create an electrostatic field. Now whenever a thing that can carry charge or a conductor touches it distorts the field. Then the processor somehow calculates the location of touch
The thing is when I use a battery and try to use it as a stylus the -ve side does register touches but not the +ve side. Can anyone tell me why this happens? Edit : Got the Answer It was cause there was not good amount of surface in contact.
Is this the same reason that when I connect a wire to the cell and try using it to distort the field but it doesn't sense it?
And how do these rubber tipped stylus work? They are not conductors right?
I know there are many similar questions out there but I didn't find any of them helpful. Any articles or anything will be helpful.