Microsoft shows how pre-touch would have worked on the Nokia McLaren
A new video showing Microsoft Research Pre-Touch technology has been released, showcasing what it's all about and how it would have worked on the cancelled Nokia McLaren. As noted by MSPU, the demonstration was presented during the CHI '16: ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems earlier this year in May.
The presentation covers how Pre-Touch tech works, how users would have interacted with hardware and what this additional layer of interaction would have brought to the overall experience. Interestingly, we've yet to see anything of this sort make its way into a Microsoft smartphone, but we could still see something in future.
Would you like to see such a feature make its way to Windows 10 Mobile?
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Sent from lumia 640xl
to set the capacitive sensitivity
=> problem solved?
Want 3D touch or small quad camera system to record left & right hand vertical & horizontal jedi gestures.
Call it "Microsoft Jedi One"
Its not the same thing
With that MS had continued it further.