We have recently closed an investment in Cambridge Touch Technologies for the University of Cambridge Enterprise Fund V and the Parkwalk Opportunities Fund.
CTT spun-out of the Centre for Advanced Photonics and Engineering (CAPE) at the University of Cambridge. The technology has been developed in collaboration with the laboratory of Professor Arokia Nathan with whom the company has an ongoing relationship.
CTT enables mobile devices to sense location and force of a multi-touch input. The technology uses a combination of a proprietary AI engine running unique signal processing algorithms and a specialized Piezoelectric Force Film to enable the world’s simplest sensor architecture that delivers superior functionality at lower cost, and scales to all device sizes and shapes (including curved). The technology is designed for both LCD and OLED, and is uniquely suited for new flexible OLED display technology better than any other competing force sensing solution.