Zytronic has announced its focus for ISE 2016 will be the manufacturer’s new 85in 4K touchscreen as well as a curved multi-touch kiosk, and a new object recognition function for touch tables.
The trend in retail and other sectors is for larger screens to create exciting customer experiences, and demand for touchscreens of 55in diagonal and above is rapidly growing. Zytronic can now create bespoke touchscreens of up to 85in diagonal, with 4K resolution, able to detect over 40 simultaneous touch points, and capable of operating in harsh environments.
Zytronic’s curved multi-touch kiosk (pictured) will also be on show for the first time at ISE. The unit features a single edge to edge printed, toughened and curved glass multi-touch interface combining a 40in main screen and a 19in waist-height, button deck. The twin display/single glass surface is managed by two ZXY200 multi-touch controllers.
Finally, Zytronic will demonstrate its object recognition functionality, a development aimed at touch tables in retail applications and based on its Multi-touch Projected Capacitive (MPCT) touch technology.
Ian Crosby, sales and marketing director commented: “For many applications, the fact that projected capacitive touch technology ignores non-conductive objects contacting the surface is a definite advantage. However, some retail uses, would benefit from the touchscreen recognising specific objects placed upon its surface, and this is something that we are now able to offer.”