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Tactus Morphing Touchscreen Display Review | Engadget

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Hands On Review of the Tactus Technology’s Morphing Touchscreen Display – SID 2012. Tactus Technology, a small start-up out of Fremont, CA, made a big splash at this year’s Society for Information Display (SID) conference. The company, which came to Boston, MA toting a single product, showcased an early prototype of its morphing touchscreen display. The screen, which looks and acts like all other smartphone and tablet displays, has a very special and unique feature: it can dynamically create and remove tactile keys on demand. Read more here: http://goo.gl/NOyW2. Subscribe to Engadget: http://goo.gl/FZmRo.

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  1. No, the purpose was mainly gestures, and configurable/dynamically movable input possibilities. Not wasting space when not needed,

  2. silly vid, didnt really show us how it works.
    Anyways, I think RIM had something similar to this with their bb storm 1 and 2.

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