Have you ever noticed that there is a serious amount of lag between when you move your finger on a touchscreen and when it actually registers that input? Perhaps you haven’t, but most panels and controllers out there suffer from about a 100ms delay. For taps and slow swipes that’s not an issue but, as you wing your finger around the screen faster and faster (say, while quickly doodling in a painting app), the lag becomes quite apparent. The powerful minds over at Microsoft Research have figured out a way to get that delay down to a measly 1ms. Of course, there’s no guarantee this tech will ever make it into a product, and the video after the break shows little more than a glowing box following a finger. Still, it’s always enjoyable to see where we are now versus where we could be.
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