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TouchSense[R] technology for touchscreens supplies tactile cues, allowing users to perceive that buttons depress and release. Haptic effects can vary in frequency, waveform, magnitude, and duration, enabling on-screen buttons, switches, and other controls to supply distinct sensations, facilitating discrimination by users. Tactile sensations can synchronize with sound and on-screen graphical images for improved user experience.
TouchSense technology supplies the confirming feel of physical buttons
BOSTON, Society for Information Display (SID), May 24, 2005 - Immersion Corporation (Nasdaq: IMMR), a leading developer and licensor of touch feedback technology, is introducing its TouchSense[R] technology for touchscreens at the SID Symposium. Attendees can experience …