Tag: Touch

  • Swatch Touch brings tangibility to time

    Swatch Touch brings tangibility to time

    Imagining watches with touch-sensitivity isn’t exactly hard. There have been watches that tell the time and more, after responding to touch, for a while now. However, most being one off products by experimental manufacturers and concepts, we’re taking joy in the fact that Swatch has made its mark in this market. The manufacturer has done…

  • Samsung Epic 4G Touch pictures official

    Samsung Epic 4G Touch pictures official

    There has been the usual fuss over Samsung’s brand new phone that promises to not only to be Epic, but to handle 4G connectivity impeccably as well. The Samsung 4G puts on her most amazing piece of art, created by one with an eager eye for detail. The phone was earlier slated to be called…

  • Logitech N600 Touch Lapdesk is a 5-inch touchpad

    Logitech N600 Touch Lapdesk is a 5-inch touchpad

    I like touchpads which aren’t always there, hogging space and asking to be touched with all the blandness it has. The Logitech N600 Touch Lapdesk also works as a heat sink, protecting your lap from a hotter bottom. So basically you can avail of two advantages from the intelligent accessory. It caters to laptops that…

  • Touch-sensitive light switches are a geek’s night-wish

    Touch-sensitive light switches are a geek’s night-wish

    Double Gang Touch Sensitive light switches come into our lives like the best thing that would touch the lives of geeks who care for their interiors. They respond to a simple touch, toggling your lights and other devices, on or off, with all the aesthetic splendor that you could think of. There’s an ominous glow…

  • Amenbo’s five finger mouse fits ergonomic bill, or does it?

    Amenbo’s five finger mouse fits ergonomic bill, or does it?

    I’ve wondered what the mouse has against other fingers, to ensure that it is so biased toward your pointer and middle finger. So did Amenbo think the same and roll out the Amenbo five finger mouse to make use of all your digits, rather than using them to strike the dirt on the edges of…

  • This illuminated sculpture responds to you

    This illuminated sculpture responds to you

    Without much filling into this story, we can guess that the illuminated light sculpture will pretty much be the best thing you need to lighten up the spirits in your abode. The sculpture packs a total of 120 light panels. It also includes Shiftbrite and capacitive touch-sensitivity. To add interactivity to its already intelligent being,…

  • World’s thinnest Glass for touch devices will be 0.28 mm thin

    World’s thinnest Glass for touch devices will be 0.28 mm thin

    When you know that the room for devices is reducing and so is their size, to accommodate the massive demand for miniatures, slim-jims and thinness, you wouldn’t be too surprised with this bit of news. Asahi Glass is all set to give us a tinge of hint as to what future touch displays could be…

  • NuScreen HD will keep fingerprints at bay

    NuScreen HD will keep fingerprints at bay

    Fingerprints are a real problem. They make it to your touch sensitive device screens and stay there to ruin your clear vision of the screen’s contents. The substance has to be rubbed on, and begins to take effect as you rove your fingers over the unsuspecting screen. It sounds all too lewd sometimes. However, what…

  • Forget six string, the Hyper Touch Guitar is no strings at all

    Forget six string, the Hyper Touch Guitar is no strings at all

    Whatever we’ve been referring to guitars as in the past may well have been defined as a stringed bit of pleasure, assured to amuse you if you have the right skills to handle it. But the Hyper Touch Guitar happens to be quite a no-stringer since it uses a multitouch screen to detect what the…

  • Fogale Nanotech amplifies your phone’s ‘touchability’

    Fogale Nanotech amplifies your phone’s ‘touchability’

    Whatever happens, we aren’t going to compromise on a lack of touch interfaces, so what if they compel us to touch those amazing WQVGA screens and leave thumb prints. So, why not exaggerate the fact that we don’t mind touching our screens, with the Fogale Nanotech non-contact capacitive sensor at CeBIT. PCs that supported Windows…