Car Screens Are Expected To Get Force Touch Technology Soon

Posted: Feb 2 2016, 9:02am CST | by , Updated: Feb 2 2016, 9:00pm CST, in News | Technology News

 
Car Screens Are Expected To Get Force Touch Technology Soon

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Cars are fast moving towards the “modern car” or “Smart cars” era. Infotainment Systems and large touchscreen systems have become quite a significant part of new cars.

However, they have also become a big source of distraction for the drivers.

Synpatics has stated that it would help if you could "feel" the screen.

This is the reason the company has partnered with famous Valeo, auto accessory supplier, to invent a novel type of automotive display.

It is said that the display would be equipped with ClearForce tech. This tech provides haptic feedback and force sensing.

The idea behind the new display and using the above mentioned technology is to provide user with a safe interface.

The interface would be capable of supporting single finger, multi- and variable haptic touch.

It implies that the drivers or passengers would be able to use the interface without looking at it.

This is all that has been revealed regarding the new project. We do not know what manufacturers and automakers will be using the new screens.

Nor do we know when the devices would launch. This feature has been quite helpful in modern devices like iPhone 6S.

Force touch movements and haptic feedback are both considered as revolutionary.

Let’s see what the tech will provide us with in the upcoming cars.

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