Touch technology has been widely used in the entertainment industry for years. Casino touchscreens are increasingly moving to larger sizes and more sophisticated designs (with special shapes, cut-outs, printed colours and even curved forms) coupled with added functions (for example, tactile feedback and multi touch) in order to attract passing players. In other areas of the leisure industry, wagering terminals, video jukeboxes and pay-to-play games for bars and pubs, all place touchscreen durability as a primary concern. This is because the working environment of these terminals is far more demanding, with liquid spills and vandalism a constant risk. In all cases, reliability is critical, as revenue generation relies upon a functioning touch screen. Zytronic’s PCT projected capacitive touch sensors meet all these requirements, offering almost limitless customisation, the latest multi touch levels of performance, and rugged, dependable design, unaffected by spills, scratches and damage.