Stas from Ksanlab points me in the direction of a new product they have recently launched. We've all seen videos of touch screen interfaces, but if you get past the first forty seconds or so of the video, there is some pretty interesting stuff going on with the "painter interface". From what I can tell in the video—it seems pretty responsive to pressure and speed.
Stas says the technology can be used in the following ways:
- Development of interactive P.O.S. terminals those can be integrated with web projects, services and campaigns.
- Entertainment at shopping malls, restaurants, airports, museums, etc.
- An experiential marketing tool: a customer interacts with the product in a tactile way (selection and virtual test of make-up, clothes, furniture).
I also wonder if this can be applied to tablet notebooks. I could see artists (or anyone who hasn't lost the ability to sketch), using this in a portable format.