shawn.t.rutledge at gmail.com
Tue Oct 2 00:34:12 CEST 2007
The idea from the Jackito sounded good to me - use the screen surface
as the audio transducer, that way if you play a low-frequency sound
you can feel it with your fingers. And it's much lower-power than
using the vibrator. But I'm not sure how you attach a piezo to the
screen; maybe the idea is to just vibrate the touchscreen film so as
to have lower mass.
(on archive.org you can see the old web pages from the actual site,
On 10/1/07, Kamisamanou Burgess <kamisamanou at kamisamanou.net> wrote:
> It seems that most the things on this wish list are entirely unnecessary and
> battery consuming
> On 10/1/07, Sven Klomp < sven at klomp.de> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > does anyone know, how power consuming the build-in vibrator of the neo is?
> > Today, I held the Motorola Razr 2 (V8) in my hands and I'm very impressed
> > the feeling of tactile feedback of the screen buttons.
> > I found this approach already on the wishlist
> > (
> > but no practical information. Is it practicable, or will the vibrator
> > the battery?
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