Touchscreens that Touch Back
So the company behind the BMW iDrive system is now using 3M MicroTouch ClearTek touchscreen’s and rigging them for tactile feedback. This technology works with the different sizes and types of touchscreens which are mostly used on kiosks and electronic gaming devices (casino & bar-top). The user can now perceive on-screen button press and release as if they were physical buttons. The TouchSense tactile sensations can also be synchronized with sound and graphical images, giving you a more immersive experience.
Now, how do I get that on my inwall touchscreen?
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- Tuesday, September 13th, 2005 at 1:59 pm
- Danny Mavromatis