The ‘Touch’ And Feel Fac­tor


Let’s face it, it is a dig­i­tized world to­day. The touch of a screen has a lot more in­for­ma­tion than the prod­uct itelf. IRM Touch, a Shang­hai based company has launched an In­frared (IR) Multi-touch Screen.

Here’s a high­light of its spe­cial fea­tures:

True Multi-touch with­out

drift and blind area Support true multi-touch with 2-64 touch points simultaneously. More than 64 touch points can be cus­tom. Anti-am­bi­ent light: op­er­at­ing nor­mally un­der sun­light

Mul­ti­ple in­ter­na­tional and do­mes­tic patent. The touch works with any opaque ob­ject, such as pen, fin­ger, glove etc. It has a va­ri­ety of ap­pli­ca­tions and per­tain­ing to the re­tail in­dus­try, it can be used for AIO (All-in-one com­puter), in IDS (In­ter­ac­tive Dig­i­tal Sig­nage), Kiosk and self-ser­vice ter­mi­nal. IR Multi-touch Screen of IRM Touch Inc. has many ad­van­tages such as high pre­ci­sion, fast re­sponse, ex­cel­lent anti-am­bi­ent light abil­ity and ex­cel­lent fault tol­er­ance.

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