SAN JOSE, Calif. — Visteon Corp. will incorporate touch-enabled controls developed by Immersion Corp. into electronics it aims to produce in 2010.
The TouchSense-enabled controls — which may include touch screens, bezels and buttons — will "touch back" when used, mimicking controls available on navigation systems, video game equipment and cell phones. Examples of touch-enabled controls debuted this month at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Visteon, of suburban Detroit, produces interiors, lighting, climate control and electronic systems. Immersion, of San Jose, Calif., develops controls used in autos, cell phones, video games and medical training simulators.