One of the biggest requests users have when it comes to capacitive touch is to be able to feel the screen. This can be accomplished in a variety of ways. Sometimes it’s a vibration or a pressing sensation, but it can also be an audible response. This is known as haptics.
One of the keys to implementing haptics right, so that the user perceives it associated with their touch is to have a minimal delay to the user from touch to haptic response. In order to do this, the touch controller must have built in haptic functionality. aXiom does precisely this! Ask us how!