The new Multi-Layer Interaction platform enables devices to alter the content displayed on-screen based on the distance and location of a user’s hand from the device.
“The new Multi-Layer Interaction brings users the latest advance in intuitive device interactions,” Elliptic Labs CEO Laila Danielsen said in a press release. “Without touching the device, as your hand moves towards your phone for example, the screen lights up and information is displayed. As you continue to move your hand closer, different information is revealed. It’s all about improving the user experience and by presenting easier ways to interact with mobile devices. Our new Multi-Layer Interaction makes it faster to work with applications you use repeatedly during the day, such as checking messages, playing games, navigating maps, interacting with social media, and watching videos.”
The introduction of Multi-Layer Interaction will assist mobile device developers to create new products that provide users with a more perceptive navigation with faster interactions that require less effort.
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