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Monday, 27 July 2020

Jaguar Land Rover and Cambridge University are developing 'no-touch' touchscreens for cars


It's still an ongoing debate on whether touchscreens are an effective replacement for good old physical switches and knobs. The myriad of implementations often results in similarly varied experiences, while the general consensus among carmakers remains that offering more touchscreens wherever possible would likely make for an upmarket, sophisticated vehicle...

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