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Microsoft’s Applied Science Group demonstrates its 1ms prototype touchscreen display with High-Performance Touch. With a response time of 1ms, users can feel as if they’re moving a real physical object on the screen.

Most touchsreens today have a response time of 100ms, but with the High-Performance Touch capability, things become more realistic for the end-user. Paul Dietz, Assistant Director at Microsoft Applied Sciences, demonstrates differences between 100ms, 50ms and even 10ms compared to a 1ms response time.

Dietz also explains further how the finger travels at one meter per second produces a gap of 10cm between the finger and the object being moved on the screen.

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