How Pre-Touch Screens Try To Read Your Mind

How Pre-Touch Screens Try To Read Your Mind
Technology

Microsoft is developing touchscreen tech that could anticipate actions

Emma Hutchings
  • 11 may 2016

A team from Microsoft Research has explored Pre-Touch Sensing using a touchscreen that can sense multiple fingers above a mobile device and grip around the screen’s edges. This research could have huge potential for the future of mobile interaction, leading to the development of even smarter mobile devices that can anticipate your intended actions before you even touch the screen.

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