Tanvas unveils nonvibrating automotive multitouchscreen display with haptic effects

New Product Development

The company claims its solid-state TanvasTouch technology is an ideal replacement for traditional vibrotactile haptics in automotive applications as it has no moving parts and it does not generate any vibration

At the embedded world 2020 in Nuremberg, Germany, Tanvas presented what the company claims to be, the world’s first piezo-free, non-vibrating, automotive multi-touchscreen display that enables carmakers to produce custom, programmable textures, and haptics effects on the screen’s glass surface, the company said in a press release on 25 February. The 15-inch display, developed in partnership with Innolux Corporation, features TanvasTouch technology to produce a variety of software defined textures and haptics effects that can be felt with the swipe of a finger.

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