Posts Tagged ‘touchscreen’

How Does a Touch Screen Phone Work?

How Does a Touch Screen Phone Work? | Cricket Wireless.

3Di’s New Autostereoscopic Touchscreen Display

3Di has a new Autostereoscopic display that is also a Touchscreen, and calibrated for 3D effects at (convenient) arm’s length.  Meant for kiosk uses, it incorporates a few new patents from 3Di into a new 1080p display. “The screen can be perfectly used and incorporated into vending machines, kiosks and infotainment systems”, said Stephan Otte, Head of […]

Reality Touchscreen at University of Groningen

Now this is a cool touchscreen! I could see this being used in an actual class instead of just as a tour stop. This is the curved screen in our reality center of the University of Groningen. We just finished building our own touch detection for it. We used six Optitrack v120 slim camera’s which […]

HP’s Wall of Touch

The Wall Street Journal has an article today on HP showing a new “wall of touch”. This is a standard display wall comprised of six LCDs. Each LCD can be anywhere from 43″ to 46″ and is capable of 1080p resolution. Philip McKinney, Vice President and Chief Technology Officer of H-P’s Personal Systems Group, showed […]

Light Bluw Optics - Light Touch

Light Touch projectable touch-screen system

Light Blue Optics, which is located in Cambridge, UK, has released a new product called the Light Touch. This device was shown at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last week. The Light Touch system projects up to a 10 inch image onto a flat surface, with a WVGA (probably 800×480) resolution. You can […]

Microsoft SideShow could offer gamers secondary touchscreen

Microsoft is resurrecting an old idea, the “SideShow”.  For those of you who don’t remember it, it’s a small display set up near your main display for showing other context data.  Now touted with touchscreen capabilities and such, they’re retargeting it at gamers for use as an additional data display for in-game maps, health, inventory, […]