Laser phosphor display manufacturer Prysm showed a 2×5, TD1-tiled digital kiosk with interactive multi-touch and gesture input capabilities as part of its ISE presence.
The entire solution draws only 320W of power, emits minimal heat, and is available in a variety of enclosures to simplify integration with existing infrastructure.
The result, says Prysm, is improved availability and accessibility of interactive solutions for retail environments, transportation centres and entertainment venues, among other applications.
The booth also featured an 8×4 tile curved video wall that has been enabled for remote, multi-touch input.
Steve Scorse, Prysm’s EMEA vice-president, commented: “The scalability of Prysm technology means walls can be created in a variety of shapes and sizes to capture and engage audiences. [Moreover] the inclusion of interactivity takes the Prysm display to a whole new level of audience immersion.”