Neonode debuts multi-touch technology for next-gen displays

February 22, 2012 – BUSINESS WIRE — Optical touch display company Neonode Inc. (NEON.OB) introduced Multi-Sensing technology, which is calls a "more augmented and profound user experience" than traditional multi touch displays.

Multi-Sensing identifies any object and determines its size, the pressure, any depth, the speed and the proximity of an object to a surface. It uses light with zero latency that can sense and determine objects like a pen, brush, bare/gloved finger or larger objects like a hand, at very high speed. Multi-Sensing is built on Neonode’s proprietary optical 2D multi touch technology, zForce.

It can be implemented into commercial devices such as smart phones, tablets and automotive and inflight infotainment systems. Also read: Neonode licenses optical touchscreen tech to OEM

Neonode is demonstrating the technology at Mobile World Congress (MWC) in the Swedish pavilion, hall 2.0 booth #2J31.

Neonode is a provider of optical touch technologies for portable devices. Neonode offers technology licenses and engineering design services. Neonode Inc. is traded on the OTCBB under the symbol NEON.OB.

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