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Why Choose


Why multi touch?

Multi Touch offers a whole world of interactivity not possible with previous forms of computer interfaces (such as the mouse and graphics tablet)

Simple, Intuitive Interface

Uses natural gestures like swipe and pinch

Collaborative and Interactive

A true multi user experience

Large Format Up To 103"!

Large surface area gives greater freedom

Custom Solutions

No restrictions, we can build you virtually multitouch solution

Interaction & Collaboration

With as many as 32 independent touches on the screen simultaneously (and this is increasing as the technology is developed further) many tasks can be performed at same time by many different users on the same computer.

This allows interaction and collaboration between users. Encouraging teamwork and greater levels of exploration, which in turn gives greater control to the user and therefore empowers them and gives heightened levels of freedom to experiment

How easy is Multi Touch?

Touchscreen products have become very much in mainstream use (Smart phones, tablets, convertible laptops etc..) have seen great success due to the real-world nature of the technology.

Turning the page of an ebook, for example, is no different to turning the page on a paper-based book (you swipe a finger across the screen) which greatly decreases the learning curve and allows those less tech-savvy users to interact with the content.

Who would benefit from Multitouch?

Multi touch screens and tables are ideal for education establishments (from primary right through to higher education) as the team work and collaboration aspect of the technology is greatly beneficial to the education environment and encourages further learning and self directed learning

The other key area for multi touch screens, table and walls is the museum and exhibition environment. Anywhere where customers, users or visitors need to interact or explore the information available to them, multi touch really becomes an essential tool as users want to “play” with what is shown in front of them. By enabling the user to explore in a non-linear fashion, you are empowering them to learn further.

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