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08 Oct 2014   #1
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Microsoft’s FlexSense Project Is A Thin Sensor Layer To Make Your...

Microsoft’s FlexSense Project Is A Thin Sensor Layer To Make Your Tablet Awesome

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The merry band of scientists over at Microsoft Research — who apparently get paid to have fun and speak with fixed tones over videos — have put together something called FlexSense, a flat piece of bendable material loaded with sensors. You torque it, and it accepts the “deformation” input. That means it can tell how you are bending it and translates that information for the application you’re using.
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