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Published on May 15, 2012
The Disney Research Lab at Carnegie Mellon University recently unveiled Touche, a new touch-screen technology that can potentially turn anything into a touch panel. While current touch-screen technology monitors a single frequency using binary commands - on or off, Touche monitors a range of frequencies so that pinches, touches or grabs can all mean different things. Applications include touch-screen sofas that turn on the TV when you sit and dim the lights when you lie down. The human body could also act as a touch-screen for iPods. Sources: The Verge, Daily Finance