New touch screen technology uses sound navigation
from eWEEK Europe
A Cambridge University spinoff has developed acoustic processing technology that could be used to replace the touch-screens currently used in smartphones and other devices. Input Dynamics was founded in 2008 by Cambridge University department of engineering researcher Jens Enzo Nyby Christensen. The company argues that its "TouchDevice" technology has benefits for the environment, because handsets using it wouldn't need to use rare metals such as indium, used in the manufacture of current touch screens.
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