Consumer electronics companies around the world license Immersion's TouchSense technology to provide high-quality touch feedback in their smartphones and mobile consumer electronics devices. Capable of taking DSLR quality photos, Light's new palm-sized L16 camera will feature Immersion's haptics on its touchscreen to simulate the feel of photography functions such as the push of a shutter button, the movement and focusing of its lens, as well as previewing and scrolling through photos.
"Our TouchSense technology has a broad market appeal across a variety of
consumer product segments, making devices more intuitive and delivering
consumer delight," said
More information about Light's L16 camera can be found here.
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