Mobile technology is consistently evolving as time goes by. US-based mobile service manufacturer Tactus technology joins other developers during the Society for Information Display (SID) event to show its prototype device, a morphing touchscreen display.
Tactus has partnered with a famous touch screen manufacturer, Touch Revolution to create this extraordinary device. The keyboard of this device shows up on a smartphone or a tablet when a user is in need of them and then it disappears when he is done. This is what the company considers an exceptional and distinctive attribute of this gadget: it dynamically generates and gets rid of physical keys on demand.
According to its manufacturers, Tactus uses a specially premeditated window which is located on top of a display’s touch sensor with specifically crafted panels. This device is expected to fit in any touchscreen gadget. It is also equipped with proprietary oil in order to raise the display surface providing users a physical input experience without risking the health of the screen. It also has buttons that dictates feelings such as resistance.
As of this writing, Tactus’ futuristic Touchscreen display will be available in the mid-2013 but the company has not yet announced its selling price. Stay tuned.