Phorming the Future of Touch Screens
Phorm has the power to morph fluid buttons on a touchscreen and they’re only applying it to accessories?!?!!
If you’ve ever thought this, how Phorm’s buttons work, who the founders are, or why we chose the accessory route then you’ll find your answer in PCH’s new feature on Co-Founder Craig Ciesla. It discusses the path to creating Phorm but most importantly explains that there is a business model beyond accessories! The future includes integrating Phorm’s technology into an original device and programmed to the software, licensing our materials beyond mobile, and more. All so users will have the most productive, satisfying experience while typing, gaming and engaging.
“It’s not about creating just a QWERTY keyboard. This really is about making a programmable, tactile surface. Phorm is just the first step in rolling that into the market.” Phorm Co-Founder Craig Ciesla
The most important facts about Craig from the feature: