C’mon, c’mon, c’mon, now don’t touch me, babe

Synaptics, a company probably best known for developing touchpads, are starting to demonstrate products with proximity sensors that can carry out all sorts of functions. Their current prototype is a digital picture frame with sensors that light up as the user’s hand approaches. Lots o’ good implications for people with dexterity and/or vision impairments.

Slashgear: Synapticis proximity sensing digital photo frame

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