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Microsoft sets 1ms as goal for touchscreen latency

Posted on Saturday, March 10 2012 @ 00:30:30 CET by

The Tech Report noticed Microsoft's Applied Sciences Group has created a video that illustrates the importance of low-latency touch interfaces. The company has set a touchscreen latency target of 1ms for the next decade.
Microsoft seems to understand the importance of low-latency touch interfaces, too. Its Applied Sciences Group has posted a video illustrating the lag associated with current touchscreen technology, which is purportedly around 100 ms, and compares it to examples with 50, 10, and only 1 ms of latency.

The demo uses a projection-based display to simulate the lower latencies, and the difference is palpable at each step along the way. I'm even surprised at how much lag I can see in the 10-ms setup, although it doesn't look like the delay would bother me while dragging around elements of a tablet UI.



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