FlatFrog, Lund-based display technology company, has received a €7.35 million investment from Invus, Sunstone Capital, and Intel Capital at the Las Vegas’ Consumer Electronics Showcase (CES) reports Arctic Startup. The money will be used to commercialize company’s new touchscreen that uses zero air gap technology that together with a single cover screen glass allows to create thinner and lighter designs that help to avoid parallax issues when viewing at wide angles.

Additionally FlatFrog Touch natively supports pressure sensing with over 10-bit resolution and allows drawing and writing without the need of stylus.

“We are seeing very strong reception to our FlatFrog in-glass optical touch product from consumer PC OEMs and other large screen size format players. The fact that our existing investors fully subscribed this round reaffirms the confidence in this technology and progress made by FlatFrog,” said Dhwani Vyas, CEO of FlatFrog. “I welcome the continued support from our investors, and look forward to successful commercialization of this technology.”

See the potential of FlatFrog zero air gap technology in use right here.