Touchscreens seem to be everywhere, from the Apple (AAPL) iPhone to airport check-in kiosks.
What's next for this ubiquitous interface? One tech company recently offered me an exclusive demonstration of what might be dubbed feel screen technology.
Immersion Corp. (IMMR) is a developer of touch feedback technology; its systems are used in simulators that help medical professionals practice procedures such as intubation. If the physician pushes too hard on simulated tissue, say, the simulator provides feedback that helps him or her understand what that sensation might feel like on a real patient. More
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