sensegWe first wrote about Senseg, a Finnish company developing a haptic interface for all kinds of screen, when it had just been chosen to be part of a Finnish delegation of seven companies to pitch their offering to Israeli VCs about a year ago. Senseg told us earlier on they are looking into getting the first products in the market during the 2009 and it seems they are more or less in schedule by telling CrunchGear’s John Biggs that the company “expects to have some working devices in production in a year”.

Biggs is currently visiting Finland and met Senseg to get a better understanding of their technology (read the full story at CrunchGear here). It’s hard not to think of iPhone when you watch the video, but do try, since I’m sure there are plenty of interested customers beyond Cupertino (video below by CrunchGear).

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