World's Thinnest Touch Surface Debuts

World's Thinnest Touch Surface Debuts
Researchers have developed a new, paper-thin, wireless touch surface that could be used to create touch zones on an array of surfaces.

Created by a team at Cambridge Silicon Radio (CSR), the device can be connected to a device via Bluetooth Smart, which supposedly extends battery life. The touch latency is less than 12 milliseconds, which the team claims ensures near instant feedback and a seamless interface, and its low bulk and weight means that the device could be used to create full keyboard experience on a tablet cover or slipped between pages of a notebook to pick up the markings from a modified pen.

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Posted by DARSHAK PANCHAL on September 6, 2013

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