This innovative technology can be used to turn large areas of glass – such as shop windows, internal glass walls and tabletops – into huge interactive surfaces that behave just like the latest tablet devices. Compelling interactive shop windows and touch tables for collaborative working are just some of the possible applications.
The technology works by attaching a transparent film (the visualplanet touchfoil) to the inside or underside of the surface, adding a display and suitable content application to create a fully interactive solution, said the company. Over the past seven years, thousands of touchfoils have been successfully installed worldwide in public spaces; such as premium brand retail shop windows, office reception areas, bus shelters, street kiosks, tourist information booths and even bathroom mirrors, according to the company.
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