Flatfrog Multi-touch Table: Now the Future is Under Your fingertip!
The technology is increasing day-by-day and so are the expectations of people. However, we cannot expect the creations of various companies in the global market that work harder in turning their dreams into reality. Experiencing the advanced technologies through gadgets and admiring the efforts put by the companies literally speak about their success and this is what we do. This time, we have brought a new gadget for you to know. It is the Planar Scatter Detection (PSD) Technology that has been implemented by FlatFrog. This new technology has been incorporated in a multi-touch device of table where the world comes under your fingertip.
It is an optical in-glass technology that offers amazing performance when you access the data on the table. Well, we must say that the table is blessed with advanced opto-mechanics as well as signal processing. Other than this, PSD is also working on a new standard that could bring true multi-touch technologies for the users to experience the world.
Here, we can say that the world is changing where we are now welcomed to witness the magnifying technological changes like transparent gadgets and now a technology that performs on table. Let us check out the exciting specifications of this multi-touch PSD.
Pen Input :
This advanced technology is accessible with pen input and gives high accuracy and precision.
Object Shape Recognition :
This new and mind-boggling technology can recreate things happening down the surface of the screen with complete details and thereby provides possibility to identify objects and shapes that are placed over it. For example, if you are placing a cup on the table, then you will get detailed information about the cup and the temperature level of the hot or cold liquid in it.
Low cost and Low Power :
This PSD technology is well suited for the consumer electronics as it is not only affordable, but also consumes low power. This way, it maintains high performance level and provides accurate optical clarity.
Sizes from 3-inch to more than 100-inch :
This technology can be used to support other devices that boast minimum 3 inches of displays to maximum 100 inches of displays. This includes smartphones, computers, whiteboards, and tables.
Glass or Plastics :
This new and advanced technology can be used in plastic as well as glass surfaces.
Check out the video of PSD technology designed by FlatFrog :
Flush and Simple Integration :
This new optical technology has been designed to support all simple and slim integration that sports entirely flush surface as it becomes ideal for multi-touch supported slates and computers.
Curved Surfaces :
PSD also functions on the curved surfaces, bringing the possibilities of futuristic applications.
Designed for Rapid Product Development :
The developer framework from FlatFrog and open API are created to offer software porting to the touch sensitive environment. This software is supported by all types of platforms including Windows, OS X or Linux.
Ready for Windows 8 :
Microsoft is working on the upcoming operating system on which stringent touch requirements will be surpassed with the PSD functioning on both 32 inches of FlatFrog Multitouch 3200 and other sizes. This ensures very smooth touch interaction that could be used for many years.
Rugged Design :
This system is designed to function even in harsh environments due to its strong physical characteristics that increase resistance through the high-tech filtering methods. The device gives continuous multi-touch performance even if it gets liquids, dust, scratches, or any other physical disturbances.
Visit the company’s website and you’ll get detailed information along with a tour that you can request to know in-depth details about this multi-touch table.
Benefits of this new technology :
- This technology uses transparent medium wave guide properties that enable it to perform on multiple materials
- To get the compact solution, embedded system processing is used with digital signal processing support
- The integration of novel optical solution enables you to experience extreme update frequencies, resolution
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