With its interactive glass and ‘supercharged’ touch windows, Seloy Live is upping the ante at this year’s ISE with its very own SeloyLive City.
Boasting a shop-front window powering POSeidon’s POS solution, an ‘ice bar’ projecting the Northern Lights, a mini ‘movie theatre’, and a transparent/opaque interactive touch-glass prototype, SeloyLive City has been wowing attendees.
Seloy Live’s Sense technology is employed across Seloy Live’s stand. A combination of a transparent insulating glass unit and interactive touch foil surface – enabling it to also function as a regular window when switched off – Sense is available in any size up to 3m x 6m for indoor and outdoor use, with ‘true zero’ bezels (in other words, there are none) and boasts a touch response rate of 5-9m/s.
The company’s Shade glass technology is also featured, as part of a new transparent/opaque interactive touch-glass prototype that combines Shade and Sense and functions in both transparent and non-transparent mode. Shade boasts electronically adjustable transparency via a separate circuit breaker, allowing the user to toggle between transparent glass and non-transparent opaque – while a transparency dimmer function can also support up to six different opaque colour options.
The SeloyLive City stand includes a POSeidon window shop demonstration. Seloy Live has been working closely with POSeidon Digital to create the ‘window shop’ concept for the POS experts, allowing customers to continue making purchases after stores close – part of POSeidon’s Live Products technology solutions.
Sense was installed as the world’s first ever see-through, touch-screen storefront in the Kalevala Jewellery flagship store in Helsinki in 2017. It was used as part of a high-tech immersive popup London event for the Paramount Pictures release of Ghost in the Shell in the same year.