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Samsung Galaxy Gear features TouchSense technology
Mark Peters : November 25th 2013 - 11:11 CET
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ImmersionGalaxy Gear features Immersion TouchSense technology : Immersion, developer and licensor of touch feedback technology, announced the Galaxy Gear, a wearable smart device, incorporates Immersion’s TouchSense technology as part the user interface, providing tactile notifications and alerts to communicate information to its users. Samsung Electronics utilized Immersion’s TouchSense technology to make optimized vibration patterns of notification and operation. As a result, Samsung Galaxy Gear smart watch is equipped with optimized tactile effects and notifications that use Immersion's low-power, quiet and high fidelity technology. In a wearable device, tactile feedback is an ideal means for alerting users in a completely discreet and non-visual manner.

Samsung Galaxy Gear

Samsung Galaxy Gear Smart features
The Samsung Galaxy Gear lets users to live in the moment while staying connected with their Galaxy devices. The Galaxy Gear notifies users of incoming messages, such as calls, texts, e-mails and alerts, delivers a preview of those messages and creates the opportunity for users to accept or discreetly ignore those messages. When an incoming message requires more than a quick glance, users can simply pick up their Samsung Galaxy devices and the Smart Relay feature will instantly reveal the full content on the screen.

TouchSense Technology

Immersion TouchSense technology
"Tactile effects open a powerful communication channel between wearable devices and their users. With Immersion TouchSense software, OEMs can create distinctive, meaningful notifications that alert users to important information without disrupting their primary activities," explains Dennis Sheehan, Immersion senior vice president of sales & marketing. "We are pleased to work closely with Samsung’s innovative product teams to bring this rich capability to their first wearable Galaxy device. The private, non-visual nature of tactile feedback creates a more natural user interface for wearable devices and we are excited by the new opportunities for Immersion in this new market."

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