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Frost & Sullivan: Innovation in Touch Technologies Propelled by High Demand from Consumer Electronics

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Frost & Sullivan: Innovation in TouchFrost & Sullivan: Innovation in Touch Technologies Propelled by High Demand from Consumer Electronics PR Newswire MOUNTAIN VIEW, California, Feb. 18, 2014 -- Use of multi-touch interfaces, haptics and optical imaging will proliferate Touch technology is rapidly gaining popularity in a variety of market segments due to its ability to enhance the interaction between an individual and machines or devices. In particular, consumer electronics products, such as smartphones, tablets and laptops, are using this technology on a large scale. New analysis from Frost & Sullivan (http://www.technicalinsights.frost.com), Innovative Applications of Touch Technologies, finds that projected capacitance multi-touch technology interfaces are expected to be even more adopted widely by 2015. Capacitive touchscreens should find use in larger screens, such as those used in televisions and corporate board meeting rooms. Touch controllers will be more prevalent in larger screens for such applications as ATM kiosks and industrial monitors. Haptics as well as optical imaging touchscreen technology expect to make greater inroads in consumer electronics, driven by their ability to provide a more enriched and realistic user experience. For complimentary access to key slides from Frost & Sullivan Technical Insight's Innovative Applications of Touch Technologies analysis, please visit: http://bit.ly/MklO6Q.
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Frost & Sullivan: Innovation in Touch Technologies Propelled by High Demand from Consumer Electronics

PR Newswire

-- Use of multi-touch interfaces, haptics and optical imaging will proliferate

Touch technology is rapidly gaining popularity in a variety of market segments due to its ability to enhance the interaction between an individual and machines or devices. In particular, consumer electronics products, such as smartphones, tablets and laptops, are using this technology on a large scale.