This Is What Happens When A Bug Lands On A Touchscreen

This Is What Happens When A Bug Lands On A Touchscreen

We’ve all seen the video of Chloe the cute Corgi dog playing with an iPad, but if you haven’t then you need to check it out. I thought it was cool that a cute cuddly dog could enjoy using the iPad touchscreen just as much as I do.

Now the insects of the world want to join the touchscreen party.

This is what happens when a bug lands on a computer with a touchscreen according to YouTube user Calquon:

This Is What Happens When A Bug Lands On A Touchscreen

Creepy huh? I guess the next thing they’ll want to do is share your iPod headphones. Ewwww. Will someone please grab a fly swatter!

Anyhow although I found the bug video very interesting I think I like the cute little dog that I mentioned earlier better. If you haven’t seen her here she is playing with the original iPad and the iPad 2:

iPad

This Is What Happens When A Bug Lands On A Touchscreen

iPad 2

This Is What Happens When A Bug Lands On A Touchscreen

I don’t know about you, but I just thought of a new way to explore nature. Now I’m might need to go  look for a bug, frog, Gecko, or other critter to test my iPad touchscreen with.

Please share any other crazy, fun, or odd touchscreen experiments or incidents that you’ve seen by leaving a comment.

[via Gizmodo]

  • Chris Wong

    You just got both iPads the same video. Fix that :)

  • Austin Schoepflin

    Haha Chloe is the best

  • Dorje Sylas

    Funny how Chloe immidetly starts barking when she spots the iPad 1, even in a video, on different iPad. She really hates that thing :D. Who says dogs don’t have good memories?

  • Kelvin Smith

    Is the computer screen capacitive or resistive? They work differently. 

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David W. MartinDavid W. Martin has more than 20 years of experience in the industry as a programmer, systems and business analyst, author, and consultant. David has written for CNET's iPhoneatlas.com, MacLife.com, CultofMac.com, BYTE.com and recently for aNewDoman.net. He comes to Cult of Mac's website with deep knowledge and passion for the all things Apple. Follow David on Twitter @david_w_martin or see what he's up to now at davidwmartin.com.

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