Researchers at the Osaka University in Japan have developed a new flexible touchscreen interface, and the interface flexes whatever is on the screen when you move you hand or fingers over the display.
What this does is make some of the content on the screen distorted, and enables you to scroll and view more content on the display and then zoom into the particular section you want to look at.
The researchers tested this new touchscreen display technology with Google maps, and you can see it in action in the video below.
It certainly looks very interesting in the video, and the way that more content can be displayed on the screen could make it really useful, especially for things like Google Maps.
Source Crunch Gear, DigInfo
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