The dividing wall transforms into interactive glass

The dividing wall transforms into interactive glass
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Date: 24 January 2017

Interactive Glass VetroInTeractive: so here is how the wall turns into a PC.

Vetroin has always used much of its resources to technology. The technology is an integral part of the furniture projects of this company, both from a point of view of production, therefore towards new construction and manufacturing techniques as from the point of view of functionality and service to the customer.

Today we talk about the interactive glass VetroInTeractive, a patent Vetroin.

What is it about? It is very easy to explain, as much as it is a complex system that is behind this big glass-innovation. We are talking about a partition wall that can be transformed into PC, or can be used interactively exactly as if it were a screen of a modern computer.

You imagine a conference room of a major company, the interactive glass may be useful during the presentation of a new product, during a conference to expose collected data and so on.

How to realize all this? Vetroin has designed a circuit: the interactive screen is constituted by two glass plates which contain a touch screen film, in turn connected to a computer connected to a video projector in real time.

In this way, every action exerted on the interactive glass is transmitted to the PC and the projector shows the result on the glass itself.

VetroInTeractive can be inserted into your furniture project, please contact us to know more and to get more technical information.

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