08725443 is referenced by 13 patents and cites 143 patents.

Touchscreen testing techniques are described. In one or more implementations, a piece of conductor (e.g., metal) is positioned as proximal to a touchscreen device and the touchscreen device is tested by simulating a touch of a user. This technique may be utilized to perform a variety of different testing of a touchscreen device, such as to test latency and probabilistic latency. Additional techniques are also described including contact geometry testing techniques.

Title
Latency measurement
Application Number
13/198415
Publication Number
8725443 (B2)
Application Date
August 4, 2011
Publication Date
May 13, 2014
Inventor
Stanimir Naskov Kirilov
Kirkland
WA, US
Robert T Perry
Seatac
WA, US
Jeffrey C Maier
Kirkland
WA, US
Timothy Allen Wright
Redmond
WA, US
Craig S Ranta
Redmond
WA, US
Pravin Kumar Santiago
Issaquah
WA, US
John Graham Pierce
Sammamish
WA, US
Briggs A Willoughby
Newcastle
WA, US
Takahiro Shigemitsu
Bellevue
WA, US
Weidong Zhao
Redmond
WA, US
David A Stevens
Sammamish
WA, US
Aleksandar Uzelac
Seattle
WA, US
Agent
Micky Minhas
Andrew Sanders
Tony Azure
Assignee
Microsoft Corporation
WA, US
IPC
G01R 25/00
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