Eliminating the technical stiffness from touchscreens, German designer Silke Hilsing has come up with a flexible display called the “Impress” that seems to make technology more human by bringing it closer to the users. Compressing sensors between the pieces of foam, the display makes use of an arduino and processing to run them efficiently. Facilitating touch interactivity with feedback, the touch-sensitive display triggers the sensors, as soon as the user touches down on the foam, to communicate with an overhead projector. If you want small reaction, you have to press the surface gently, or if you are looking to trigger more intense reactions, you have to piers your hand/fingers literally into the display. Check out the video after the jump.