Interactive MultiTaction® Cell displays are ideal for multi-touch walls and multi-touch tables of any size and form.MultiTaction Cell Ultra Thin Bezel:
The new MultiTaction Cell 55” UTB dramatically minimises the visible bezel. With a 1.9 mm bezel in the bottom and left side of the cell, and a 3.8 mm bezel on the top and right side, the result is the smallest possible intrusion to the visible surface area, with an average mullion of only 5.7 mm from pixel to pixel.
The ultra thin bezel touch screen construction is made possible by MultiTouch’s patented optical imaging technology Computer Vision Through Screen (CVTS) which has optical touch sensors integrated into the proprietary LCD backlight modules. MultiTaction cells provide the world’s most advanced set of touch, gesture and object recognition capabilities.They can accommodate unlimited numbers of touch points and an unlimited number of concurrent users with full hand recognition. Uniquely, MultiTaction cells support simultaneous IR pen and touch interaction.
Intended for demanding public installations in corporate and retail space, education, museums, and exhibitions, MultiTaction Cells boast advanced interaction features and ultra-fast 200 fps tracking – enabling the most engaging interactive user experiences to be developed and deployed. Full networking capabilities allow for cloud applications and social network integration as well as remote management and monitoring.
MultiTaction cells are designed for Enriched Reality™: interaction with real-life objects – whether ID badges, product samples , 2D barcodes, or game pieces for example – and can be stacked to create giant interactive screens in a variety of shapes using large numbers of cells.
MultiTaction cells support the industry’s widest range of development tools, including the MultiTouch Cornerstone software development kit (SDK), Microsoft Surface 2 SDK, and all TUIO-compatible tools. An external computer with Windows, Linux, or Mac OS can also be used to connect multiple cells into large, awe inspiring, interactive installations.