After months of planning and testing, the first UK-designed touch screen was launched in London in June.
It is a device that you can touch and feel, and it works by emitting a vibration that is detected by your finger.
The technology could revolutionise the way we live and work in the future, says the inventor of the device, a software developer named John Lewis.
It’s a touch screen, but it is really a touch device John Lewis is a software development company based in London.
His company, which designs software for a range of organisations including the Department for Transport, has developed a software that allows you to touch, hold and manipulate the device.
John Lewis is also a partner at the UK’s leading software development firm, KPMG.
His team has created a touch interface that is a touchpad and that has been made for the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge.
“We have the world’s most advanced technology, it’s a touchscreen and it’s made by Samsung,” says John Lewis, who was also the first person to demonstrate the technology in the UK in June last year.
Samsung is the biggest manufacturer of touchpads in the world, but John Lewis has made the Samsung touchpad his own and has developed it into a touchscreen that has a flexible base that can be stretched or folded.
There are two types of touchscreens: touchpens and touchpods.
Samsung’s touchpets are flexible, while the KPMg touchpics are rigid.
How do you feel?
Touchscreens can be a great thing for people with disabilities John Lewis says that because they are flexible they are easy to manipulate and have a feel.
“I can touch it to the floor, bend it in two places, move it about,” he says.
That feels good, because I can see where the buttons are.
Touchscreens have a different feel to a regular touchpad because they have an elasticity that makes it feel really good.
That’s why I love it.
When it works John Lewis also wants to make it possible for people who have special needs to have their own version of a touch pad.
He has developed two prototypes of the touchpad, one for people like me who have autism, and the other for people of varying age.
I want to see it in people’s hands as a device for interacting with their own bodies.
John Lewis’s Touchpad is currently being tested at a university in Liverpool, which will soon be able to use it for the first time.
Its prototype is being made of stainless steel and can be adjusted in three ways: to fit over the hand or the palm.
To change the size of the pad it can be tilted up and down and then it can also be moved around.
So if you hold it in your hand and it feels too big, you can tilt it down a little bit.
It’s a lot easier than trying to put it over your arm.
What are the other benefits?
Touchpads can be used in ways that would be difficult with other touchscapes, like being able to hold them in your lap and touch them together.
John Alexander says it’s important that people are aware of the advantages of touch technology.
“If you’ve got a person with an intellectual disability, and they want to touch something, they need a physical contact device to do that, so we need to make sure they have a good experience,” he said.
They are the perfect way of having a contact with someone who has a physical disability John Alexander is a research fellow at the University of Liverpool.
In the UK, there are over 20,000 people with autism.
There are currently around 1,000 in the armed forces.
Many of those people are not able to reach the touch pad, which is one reason John Lewis wants to have the device available to all people with a physical impairment.
Because it’s flexible it can easily be adjusted to fit your hand, and so can be held in your hands and carried with you.
This will be a fantastic way to introduce people to the technology John Lewis believes that touchscopes will change how people with physical disabilities interact with their surroundings.
“I want touchscops to be used for the world,” he added.
We want to help people understand how touchscoping works.
“It’s not just a technology that is new, it can help us understand how our bodies interact with the world around us.”
John Lewis and his team are now working with universities around the UK to develop the technology and make it available to people with an impairments, to try and help people develop their own prototypes.