CES 2016: Touchscreen buttons you can feel
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CES 2016: 'Textured' touchscreen buttons you can feel

Engineering giant Bosch is developing "textured" touchscreens designed to go in next-generation cars.

The technology lets people physically feel the buttons displayed on a touchscreen, which could help drivers keep their eyes on the road.

The BBC's Dave Lee said pressing virtual buttons on the display felt like pressing real, physical buttons.

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  • 06 Jan 2016
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