Immersion’s Touch Vibration Technology Going into Future Nokia Touch Screen Phone

TheStreet.com reports that…

Nokia Win Gives Immersion Good Vibrations

Immersion Corp. has been around awhile – since 1993. You’ve probably used a product using their touch feedback vibration technology in a game controller without knowing it. I recall buying a Logitech I-Feel Mouse more than 10 years ago that used Immersion’s vibration technology. The mouse vibrated when moving over various screen objects like borders or a button.

If Nokia and Immersion can somehow localize vibration to specific parts of a touch screen, it would allow feedback on things like virtual keyboards that currently are nearly unusable to some people (like me) because of the lack of tactile feedback.

You can learn more about Immersion’s technology at…

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