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February 2nd, 2010
Turning your monitor into a touchscreen could some day be as simple as peel … and stick.
Displax, a Portugal-based company promises to turn any surface-flat or curved-into a touch sensitive display. The company has created a thinner-than-paper polymer film that can be stuck on glass, plastic or wood to turn it into an interactive input device.
"It is extremely powerful, precise and versatile," says Miguel Fonseca, chief business officer at Displax. "You can use our film with on top of anything including E Ink, OLED and LCD displays."
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