Universal touch

A company named Displax is developing a thin film that can be put on any piece of glass or wood as well as plastic to turn it into a touch screen. Not only does this hold promise for people whose dexterity or cognitive disabilities make touch screens preferable to the traditional keyboard and mouse interface, but it also means the possibility of making green/hypoallergenic devices more widespread.

Wired: Thin Film Turns Any Surface Into a Touchscreen

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