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  • v. Present participle of interpolate.

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  • Touchco uses a technology called interpolating force-sensitive resistance, which is extremely inexpensive, costing as little as $10 a square foot.

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  • Touchco was formed by a team of computer scientists from New York University's Media Research Lab to develop low-cost, low-power multitouch screens with a technology called interpolating force-sensitive resistance (IFSR).

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  • The company uses a technology known as interpolating force-sensitive resistance.

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  • Touchco uses a technology called interpolating force-sensitive resistance, which it puts into displays that can be completely transparent and could cost as little as $10 a square foot.

    The Seattle Times

  • Touchco uses a technology called interpolating force-sensitive resistance, which it puts into displays that can be completely transparent and could cost as low as $10 a square foot.

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  • Unlike the capacitive touch-screen technology that has been popularized by the iPhone, new mobile devices, and now the iPad - Touchco utilizes something call interpolating force-sensitive resistance (I.F.S.R.).

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  • Touchco's touchscreen tech is designed to be cheap-under $10 a square foot-using a resistive display tech called interpolating force-sensitive resistance.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Gadgets

  • $10 a square foot-using a resistive display tech called interpolating force-sensitive resistance.

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  • Touchco's technology is resistive touch (aka interpolating force-sensitive resistance) and and is far less expensive than the capacitive technology used by Apple (

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  • Taking James Whale's elegant 1936 film version as his point of departure, he's cut the running time by a half-hour, interpolating Mr. Kern's "Ah Still Suits Me" which was written for the movie and opening the second act with a scene that takes place on the boat instead of in Chicago.

    Small Boat, Big Show

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