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Tactile Rendering of 3D Features on Touch Surfaces [Technology]
posted November 11 2013 15:07.51 by spic0m




The touchscreen has become a vital part of all of our lives, and we keep finding new ways to utilize its easy use. But, there is one thing that the touchscreens are not capable of yet, and that is to present us with realistic representation of the textures that things have in the real world. Disney Research has endeavored into this mystical realm to see if they may solve this quite important part of how we experience things, and the result is a 3D texture tactile touchscreen.


[Link: Disney research]
 
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