Resistive Touch Kits
Resistive touchscreens are made of two transparent electrically-resistive layers facing each other with a thin air gap between. When an object, such as a fingertip or stylus tip presses down the screens, the top layer makes contact with the bottom layer and this can then be registered as a touch. They work well with gloved and bare fingers and with almost any stylus-like object as they react to pressure.
Resistive Touch Kits have high tolerance for liquids and contaminants but don’t allow multiple touchpoints.