Interactive Scape, the Berlin-based multi-touch software and hardware developer, has introduced its new Scape Pro 55 UHD multi-touch table, supporting the Ventuz Technology software suite and industry standard TUIO protocol.
The 55in Scape Pro 55 UHD features Interactive Scape’s Capore technology for tangible object recognition on capacitive touch, which also comes with a selection of standard markers, and offers a high flexibility for custom shapes.
The Scape Pro 55 UHD consists of a 55in 4K/UHD multi-touch display with a 3M touch-sensor and a noiseless workstation. With up to 80 simultaneous touch points and a waterproof surface, the touchscreen is suited for servicing several users at once without a host or staff member to oversee operations. In combination with Ventuz’s graphic design capabilities, a large number of applications can be put into reality, from information terminals to points of sales and much more.
Both Ventuz and the Scape Pro table use the industry standard TUIO protocol, which ensures communication between the touch and object surface and the software. With Ventuz’s extensive interaction tool set, users can create touch and object applications with simple drag-and-drop operations, making it extremely easy to convert any graphic presentation into an interactive user experience.
The Scape Pro’s tangible object recognition works without setup in various different environments, from highly lit exhibition floors to changing light situations in shops and even outdoors.
“We’re delighted to be able to announce our new Scape Pro and also its official Ventuz certification,” said Marcel Graf, responsible for business development at Interactive Scape. “The Scape Pro 55 UHD is a game-changer in touch table technology, thanks to our innovative, industry-leading Capore technology and also the contribution of Ventuz.”
David Paniego, product marketing manager of Ventuz Technology added: “We have worked with many devices by Interactive Scape before, and just as we expected, the Scape Pro 55 UHD really convinced us. The Capore object recognition proved highly reliable and a superb fit for our user-friendly approach to creating compelling interactive applications.”
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