Precautions while using Touch Screen Mobile
Combined with Haptics
Touchscreens are often used withhapticresponse systems. A common example of this technology is the vibratory feedback provided when a button on the touchscreen is tapped. Haptics are used to improve the users experience with touchscreens by providing simulated tactile feedback, and can be designed to react immediately, partly countering on screen response latency. Research from the University of Glasgow Scotland [Brewster, Chohan, and Brown 2007 and more recently Hogan] demonstrates that sample users reduce input errors (20%), increase input speed (20%), and lower their cognitive load (40%) when touchscreens are combined with haptics or tactile feedback [vs. non haptic touchscreens].