New technology could end the nightmare of touchscreens going crazy when they get a bit of water on them.

LCD manufacturer Japan Display Inc has begun making what it calls second generation “Pixel Eyes” LCD modules for premium mobile products that require high performance.

Using a new sensor structure and new materials, the new Pixel Eyes display even works with wet fingers.

It’s also possible to have thinner borders, deep black level and use a stylus just 1mm in width to write and draw on a touchscreen. And the technology can used on displays as large as 16 inches, according to a company press release.

The company provided displays for smartphones, tablets digital camera, medical equipment as well as other automelectronic and electronic devics – including reportedly for Apple iPhones.


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