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2006-08-02 TouchSense interface makes onscreen buttons feel real
Immersion's TouchSense System supplies tactile feedback for a touchscreen user interface, making on-screen buttons feel like they press and release.
2008-10-30 Immersion, Samsung ink TouchSense license pact
Immersion Corp. reveals that Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has signed a worldwide license for its TouchSense technology for digital audio devices.
2013-09-09 Immersion inks multi-year deal with Xiaomi
Immersion recently signed a multi-year licensing agreement with Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi, which recently release a smartphone using Immersion's TouchSense technology.
2014-02-05 Haptics, capacitive touch using MSP430TCH5E
Know how to use MSP430's TouchPro GUI to tune capacitive buttons.
2013-12-12 TI announces haptics-enabled MCUs
Combined with an included license to Immersion's TouchSense 2200 software, the device enables different haptics effects for applications built with vibrational feedback.
2010-01-04 Atmel to leverage Immersion touch technology
Atmel will apply Immersion's TouchSense technology to its capacitive touch buttons, sliders, wheels and touchscreens.
2007-07-16 Touchscreens, 3D, OLEDs drive new displays
The Society for Information Display (SID) conference played host to the upcoming technologies driving the display market.
2009-02-23 Imagis to integrate haptic tech in CE chips
Immersion and Imagis have signed a licensing and development agreement. Imagis will incorporate Immersion's programmable high-fidelity haptic technology in chips designed for electronic devices such as CE, mobile phones and handhelds.
2009-08-28 IDT, Immersion collaborate on touch feedback
Integrated Device Technology Inc. and Immersion Corp. are working together to drive the adoption of haptics in digital devices.
2010-06-07 Display experts explore touch tech future
Touch technology experts gathered at the Society for Information Display conference to explore the future of touch and interactivity for a diverse set of computer and consumer applications.
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