Star Micronics

DISPLAX launches globe-shaped multitouch surface (video)

DISPLAX Interactive Systems has created a multitouch surface in the shape of a dome that allows consumers to interact with the contents displayed in the sphere by touching its surface.

The Multitouch Globe, according to a company press release, works better than a flat touchscreen surface because many natural designs are better displayed via dome shape. The company expects a variety of industries to be interested in the technology. They include geographical information systems, museums, TV networks and visitor attraction or entertainment facilities.

DISPLAX's patent-pending projected capacitive multitouch technology is available as a transparent flexible polymer film that can be applied to non-conductive flat surfaces, giving them multitouch capabilities. Contents are displayed using a projector and a special "fish-eye" lens to adapt the projection to the spherical surface.

The technology will be on display for the first time at Integrated Systems Europe, Jan. 31-Feb. 2 in Amsterdam.

See a video of the Multitouch Globe below:

DISPLAX Multitouch Globe from DISPLAX™ Interactive Systems on Vimeo.

Related Content

User Comments – Give us your opinion!
Products & Services

EPSON M-T300 Series Thermal Printer Mechanisms


Telephone Specialties


KioWare Browser – Browser Lockdown Software


Kiosk Manufacturer - Flextronics


Tablet Displays


Security KIOSKS


Healthcare Kiosks


Security Cabinets


324M – 3” thermal kiosk printer


Thermal Printer - XPM-80


EMV, PCI and the ATM Industry
CONNECT 2014 Mobile Innovation Summit
Request Information From Suppliers
Save time looking for suppliers. Complete this form to submit a Request for Information to our entire network of partners.