Sensel has set out with the mission of building touch technology that will empower users and radically change the interaction with the digital world. In its new launch, Sensel has introduced a product that can make everything touchable.
Nowadays, touch technology, which has a place in a wide range of applications from television buttons to mobile phones, computers and space technologies, continues its development continuously. When we take a look around, we can say that it has become an integral part of our lives since we see a device with touch feature in almost everyone’s hands.
Sensel’s new touch technology allows smartphone manufacturers to place sensitive buttons almost anywhere they want. Considering the fact that the volume buttons of the Huawei Mate 30 Pro have been considered by experts recently, Sensel’s idea doesn’t stop at all.
Thanks to the thin strips of 25 sensors developed by the company, this component, which is mounted under the glass of the phone, seems to be able to restore the lost functionality of the devices. It is also explained that high-precision sensors can distinguish between 1 gram and 5 kilograms of pressure levels at each contact point up to the contact point. This comes with an amazing degree of accuracy and the ability to recognize many touches.
The company is very ambitious in its product:
Sensel signals that it will be number one in sensitivity. According to the company, the sensors fully know the purpose of the user and react accordingly. That is, the force is measured from the moment it starts and whether the person holds the phone or deliberately presses it is immediately understood by the product.
Let us add that the product developed by the company is compatible with many surfaces including wood and leather. When you think of things like table, armchair and other furniture or car steering wheel which is frequently used in daily life, we can say that the product arouses excitement in terms of convenience. The first thing Sensel will do next is to convince the smartphone manufacturers to try it.