Sensel is shopping around its Morph trackpad tech for use in other devices

Sensel is shopping around its Morph trackpad tech for use in other devices


It took two years, but Sensel finally managed to start shipping the Morph to backers. The company apparently ran into every potential pitfall for a brand new hardware manufacture, include a microscopic design flaw that forced it to scrap an entire run, resulting in around $60,000 in costs. That’s not an insignificant number for a startup — even one that’s managed to raise $10 million in funding.

But the company’s modular force sensitive track pad is here, along with a slew of different silicone overlays that bring a wide variety of different functionality, letting users edit video, play piano, edit video, play games and various other features. I played around with the system for a bit this week at CES, and it’s actually pretty impressive what the company was able to…

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