Researchers show off pressure-touch and movement control tech for wearables

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Researchers show off pressure-touch and movement control tech for wearables

University of St Andrews researchers could have opened up a whole new world for wearables

An easier to use interface for smartwatches and fitness bands has been developed by researchers at the University of St Andrews that could have major implications for the capability of wearable devices...

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