Touch technology

Interactivity

19 Jan: The touch-free future of interactivity in retail

Years ago, when touch screen interactivity approached mainstream adoption in retail, customers became accustomed to pressing physical buttons and engaging with touch-interactive displays to navigate on-screen content. Jeff Hastings of BrightSign looks at why the interactive shopping experience we pushed for so many years is now something shoppers are now avoiding out of concern for their health. READ MORE…
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12 Jan: The ubiquity of touch is here to stay

As the world continues to battle COVID-19, innovators are already at work ensuring future pandemics are mitigated or avoided altogether. Gene Halsey, TES America, discusses the major effort underway to reduce human-to-human contact in public spaces without disrupting the natural flow of society—in an effort to prevent the spread of disease while improving people’s lives in the meantime. READ MORE...
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14 Dec: Interactive CityPost kiosks rely upon Zytronic’s touch technology to enhance the visitor experience

Zytronic’s all-weather projected capacitive touch sensors have helped the city of Greensboro, North Carolina, breathe new life into its downtown area. The durable interactive technology has provided the user interface to thirteen double-sided, 55in public information terminals, which look and work like giant sized smartphones. The municipality has deployed the kiosks to give timely information to passers-by, such as nearby restaurants, local retail promotions, regional events, and even public transportation. READ MORE…
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11 Dec: Zytronic adds a third dimension to touch with its ZyBrid hover technology

Touch technology company, Zytronic, has released a contactless sensing option that can detect user interactions up to 30mm away from the surface of the glass. Based upon the company’s fully customisable ZyBrid touch sensors, ZyBrid hover has been designed to help reassure customers touching publicly used surfaces. READ MORE…
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24 Nov: UK multitouch sensor firm Zytronic wins prestigious contract in Thailand

Zytronic’s patented multitouch projected capacitive technology (MPCT) with object recognition has been selected for integration into interactive tables in Thailand. The 55in touchscreen, which is being used as a real-estate marketing asset in Bangkok, enables property buyers to virtually visit apartments at Singha Estates’ prestigious ESSE Asoke condominium development. READ MORE…