There is an issue which has been reducing the Morph’s potential from day one. That is, quite often, a touch is considered to be terminated and a new one is created even if a finger has remained in contact with the surface all the time. So, it means an event is terminated and a new one is created, which is not an insignificant issue, quite the contrary. This is so much annoying for my purposes (musical creation) that I have been using the Morph with a single touch only so far, to ensure continuity of at least one touch.
However now I would like to use it with its full potential so I would like this issue to be addressed. I think it could be solved in the firmware by keeping a list of recent contacts and merge old and new contacts if both the time interval and the distance between them are very short.
I would like to know if solving this issue is on the to-do list of Sensel development team or if I’ll have to deal with it myself and probably loose a lot of time on the issue as a non-professional programmer.