hORİZONTAL AND VERTCAL WİTH SAME THİCKNESS BUT DİFFERENT OUTPUTS İN GUİDE

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Franck paulin Ludovig pehn Mayo
Franck paulin Ludovig pehn Mayo 2022 年 5 月 17 日
回答済み: Geoff Hayes 2022 年 5 月 19 日
Hello everyone,
İ am working on a project where the aim is to find the treshold of the finger perception due to vibration when the finger enters a particular region (line with different thickness).İ have two orientations . Horizontal and vertical. The experiment is done on a touchscreen.
I am experiencing two issues;
1) Even though the horizontal and vertical lines have the same thickness the horizontal line distinctly looks bigger.
2)The second one is that i did the experiment in two different touchscreens
2.a) Display resolution 1920x1080(recommended) - First screen
The miinimum thickness that can be detected by the mouse is:
  • When vertical: 0.03
  • When horizontal: 0.02
2b) Display resoluton 1366 x 768 (recommended) - second screen
  • When vertical: 0.02
  • When horizontal: 0.01
İ would like to use both the same thickness with horizontal and vertical. The experiment is done in Guide
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Franck paulin Ludovig pehn Mayo
Franck paulin Ludovig pehn Mayo 2022 年 5 月 19 日
@Geoff Hayes Thank you. "Square" is fixing it.

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Geoff Hayes
Geoff Hayes 2022 年 5 月 19 日
Fix seems to be to update the style of the axis...changing the code from
axis(handles.axes1,'equal');
to
axis(handles.axes1,'square');

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