Touch screens have revolutionized how we control gadgets. It is a more intuitive way of manipulating something and it has practically no learning curve. Place a touchscreen tablet in front of a toddler and in no time they’ll be swiping and pinching away.
Despite the versatility of touch screens, it still does have certain limitations, especially when applied to certain tasks because touch screen displays are still quite fragile, escpecially for uses that require vigorous touching and pressing.
A team led by Bruno Zamborlin is currently in the midst of testing a new technology that specifically addresses the issues of interface alternatives. The team’s project is called the Mogees mini mic. [Read more…]