(BPT) - Sound and sight are the most common communication tools, but what about touch? Mimo Monitors, the experts in small touchscreens, displays, and tablets, and Tanvas, pioneers of surface haptics, teamed up to create the first commercial touchscreen that brings programmable textures and unlimited feelings to flat, physical surfaces. This software-defined technology allows people to feel what they see on screen and experience an entirely new dimension of interaction.

Mimo Monitors and Tanvas put their product in front of people experiencing this revolutionary technology for the first time. Watch the video to see candid reactions and hear what they had to say about the future of touch.

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