FlatFrog Announces @ InfoComm14: Palm Rejection Support and New Patent Award
LUND, Sweden, June 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
FlatFrog Laboratories AB, a leading provider of multi-touch systems, announced today availability of industry leading palm rejection support for large touch solutions and continued growth of its patent portfolio.
Palm rejection integrated with FlatFrog Touch
A well-known problem when using touch screens is registration of unintended touches from users' palms when placed on larger touch surfaces like touch tables and tablets. This causes false touches leading to poor user experience when typing, navigating or drawing on the screen. In order to solve this problem, OEMs have to use very expensive active digitizer and active stylus technology. FlatFrog can now deliver the same performance to these OEMs without the need for additional active digitizer layers. This means that users can have excellent touch performance using either their fingers or passive stylus while resting their palms on the touch screen.
By offering palm rejection over its complete product range (currently 15" - 65"), FlatFrog Touch continues to provide differentiated features for key customers.
FlatFrog awarded key patent
The United States Patent and Trademark Office recently issued U.S. Patent No. US 8,686,974, "Touch-sensitive system and method for controlling the operation thereof," for FlatFrog's optical In-Glass™ touch technology. This patent grant continues to develop the patent protection in and around the underlying core technology.
As the primary innovator of the architecture of optical In-Glass™ touch, FlatFrog has built up the industry's strongest IP position for high-performance, low-cost, multi-touch panels with superior optical clarity. The company currently has a portfolio of 13 granted US patents and almost 40 granted patents worldwide, with more than 80 patent application families still pending, all related to designing, building and deploying optical In-Glass™ touch systems in touch screens of all sizes.
"FlatFrog's In-Glass™ touch technology continues to extend FlatFrog's leadership in multi-touch with its latest palm rejection offering and we continue to aggressively protect our technology and innovations with the necessary IP filings," said Dhwani Vyas, CEO of FlatFrog. "Receiving this new patent further strengthens our IP portfolio that provides a significant competitive advantage for us, our customers and our partners."
FlatFrog is revolutionizing the touch industry with its patented In-Glass™ touch technology. FlatFrog's products offer a perfect touch and viewing experience. FlatFrog Laboratories AB is based in Lund, Sweden. For more information, visit http://www.flatfrog.com
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