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Sentons announces an ultrasonic touch solution for large displays and a new SDK

Sentons is a US-based semiconductors company that specializes in ultrasonic sensors and smart, software-based solutions. The company develops Software-Defined Surfaces (SDS) that use ultrasound sensing technology to replace physical buttons with virtual, touch-sensitive buttons. While Sentons’ solutions have primarily focused on smaller form factors such as smartphones and wearables, the company is now turning its...

Sentons unveils new SDSWave processor and a gesture engine for wearables

On Wednesday, Sentons, the US-based semiconductor company specializing in developing ultra-sonic sensors and software-based solutions, announced a new ultra-low-power processor and a gesture engine for wearables. The new SDSWave (SNT8250) processor and the gesture engine aim to offer a customizable, ergonomic user experience on tiny surfaces of wearables. Sentons says its new SDWave wearable solutions can...

The ASUS ROG Phone 5 is the first phone with Sentons’ new ultrasonic game triggers

The ASUS ROG Phone 5 is finally here, and it brings some major improvements over the ROG Phone 3 from last year. It packs the latest flagship SoC from Qualcomm, a gorgeous 144Hz AMOLED display, and a massive 6,000mAh battery with 65W fast charging support. Along with these run-of-the-mill flagship specs, the ROG Phone 5...

Sentons CameraBar uses ultrasound to turn your phone’s frame into a zoom slider

Smartphones are incredibly versatile portable PCs, but with only a handful of physical buttons available on most devices, you have to rely on touchscreen controls for most things. When it comes to playing games or using the camera app, you have to juggle between many different onscreen buttons and sliders, resulting in a subpar, limiting...