2021-04-27 (Tu) Wearable Macro Keyboard BackOfTheHand BotH Corrected math

I thought about how the system should notice upper and lower limits, then graphed my idea and changed the code to match. Now that I could recognize when a finger was applying pressure, I tweaked the threshold integer for the program would acknowledge it as a light tap or a hard press. Instead of fussing with a hard-coded value, I focused on getting the readings to print as a percentage. The upper limit was the hardest press it had seen yet, and the lower limit was the softest, then scaled by those readings.
Screenshot of percentages

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