The Haptic Feedback Response Control is a system and method by which use of an electronic touch based screen is enhanced.
Inventor Alexander R. Lopez of Clearfield, UT has created a system and method by which use of an electronic touch based screen is enhanced.
Although practically a necessity for many people, small electronic devices arent always user friendly. While having small devices is great for portable operation, their usage is less than ideal. Often the wrong symbol or icon is pushed with no knowledge until the device performs an unintended action. Texting on these small devices is commonly an issue, too. Inventor Lopez has created a means to eliminate errors on touch screen devices by giving the user the ability to calibrate the sensitivity and vibration from the feedback on the screen.
This clever new invention is for cell phones, smart phones, and tablet computers. It speeds efficiency of texting. It eliminates errors on touch screens. The invention is great for large hands and fingers. It is easy to upgrade many existing devices. The use of the Haptic Feedback Response Control allows touch screen users the ability to enter data into their electronic devices, in a manner which is quick, easy, and effective.