The French technology giant and pioneer of Multitouch technology, Stantum Technologies is making headlines yet again. This time for its 3.5 inch Pmatrix Multitouch display prototype. Stantum came into limelight for the first time in 2002 (then known as JazzMutant) for innovating Multitouch technology, were the first to develop multitouch screen, and later the first Multitouch product Lemur.
As the technology market worldwide goes gaga over the superb implementation of Multitouch in Apple iPhones; Stantum is also all set to foray into the mobile phone sector. They are soon to introduce Pmatrix Multitouch technology for due integration in the mobile industry.
This was announced by Stantum Technologies in the recently convened Mobile World Congress (MWC). The USP of the 3.5 inch Pmatrix Multitouch display from Stantum is that, it would provide multitouch detection, with a multitouch sensor that can detect both fingers as well as stylus. And to add to convenience, the touch detection can work with nails as well.
But will Stantum be able to create the hype and the craze that followed with the iPhone Multitouch display? Apple Inc. with its very successful stint in the use of touchscreen for iPhones has swept the world of its feet with the fabulous interactive features. Users of iPhones can rotate, flip, drag and enlarge images; while at the same time list emails and store music.
Stantum has sensed the competition, and with its one-third worldwide sales accounting from the US markets; it surely must be coming up with something concrete and more innovative to take on the iPhone. By far Stantum has created milestones in product development with Multitouch technology from multitouch interaction, controllers, sensor design, intellectual property cores, software integration, and application programming interfaces.
While the world awaits the multitouch technology marvel from Stantum, which is all set to hit the market soon with its 3.5 inch Pmatrix Multitouch display; the company is confident that it will be able to offer unparalleled user experience for the userand a greater UI design flexibility for handset manufacturers and mobile application developers.
Stantum will its years of experience in providing Multitouch tecnology based products, is positive that with this new venture too, they can offer users with tailor-made, integrated and cost-effective Multitouch solutions to mobile applications to accurately fit their individual needs. Tipped to emerge as a major player in the mobile application industry, Pmatrix can identify an infinite number of contact points.