All of the Suma platform surface can translate the three dimensional deformation of a squeezed object into a software-readable form
The Suma mouse prototype captures input from wherever the user's hand touches the "skin" and transforms this into usable software commands
Cambridge Consultants has unveiled the next phase in the development of its Suma sensor technology, which transforms user touch on its surface into an individual action on a computer or gaming device. The wireless Suma mouse prototype opens up a multitude of three dimensional navigation possibilities by taking every squeeze, stroke or swipe of a user's touch and translating it into an onscreen reaction such as a pan, tilt or zoom.
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