Interact With a Screen Using Your Hand, Paintbrush or Drumstick

Interact With a Screen Using Your Hand, Paintbrush or Drumstick

The Sensel Morph is a pressure-sensitive, multi-touch input device that lets users interact with digital devices in new ways

Emma Hutchings
  • 26 august 2015

The Sensel Morph is a pressure-sensitive input device that can detect the user’s fingers as well as objects like paintbrushes and drumsticks.

The multi-touch device enables users to interact with the digital world in a whole new way. Powered by patented Pressure Grid technology, Morph has a high dynamic range of force sensitivity. It can be connected to computers via USB, to an iPad via Bluetooth, or to Arduino via developer cables.

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