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Electromagnetic interference can turn a plain LCD into a touch screen on the cheap.
Technology that accurately tracks finger motions could revolutionize desktop and mobile computing.
A prototype tablet can sense gestures, and objects placed next to it.
New technology makes multitouch possible on a five-foot-wide screen only a few inches thick.
“Programmable friction” provides a new kind of feedback.
A clear composite material could make multitouch screens sensitive to pressure.
Electrovibration could make for a better sensory experience on a smooth touch surface.