BERLIN Estonia-based VC firm Ambient Sound Investments has invested in Senseg, a Finland-based developer of a touch interface technology that generates the feeling of virtual buttons on smooth surfaces.
The technology has potential in mobile phones, digital cameras, game controllers, GPS devices and industrial machines.
Ambient, run by the engineers who developed Skype, is a co-investor with Seed Fund Vera, a Finnish seed fund for enterprises at early stages. The investment amount was not disclosed.
Senseg plans to make the technology available to some equipment manufacturers in the second half of this year. The first products are expected in 2009, said Moaffak Ahmed, Chairman of Senseg, in a statement.
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