Hugo Ortega of UberTablet provides us with an in-depth look at "Surface Wave Technology", a touchscreen that "registers coordinates by interacting with a sound wave that crosses the screen." Video after the jump.
Quite literally X and Y coordinates (cursor movements) are recorded by someone breaking this Sound Wave by placing their finger on the screen
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