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Curved Multi-Touch Screen Makes Debut at InfoComm14

24 June 2014

Stunning curved multi-touch unit captivates InfoComm14 attendees.

LAS VEGAS, NV – InfoComm 2014, the annual conference and exhibition for the audio and visual (AV) community, was the stage that Zytronic selected to showcase a very special installation. In addition to the 32” convex screen that we debuted at the Global Gaming Expo in 2013, a large concave bezel-free 40” multi touch screen proof of concept display made its debut at the event, which attracted more than 37,000 attendees.

Curved multi touch screen | Infocomnm | Las Vegas

The user customisable curved format, which is available in single-, dual-, or multi touch configurations, was showcased with Snowflake software to demonstrate the lightning fast, reliable touch response, of Zytronic’s proprietary multi touch controller – capable of detecting up to 40 simultaneous touch points. For a closer look at the technology and design features, read our product feature post: Ahead of the Curve in Vegas: Zytronic’s Curved Multi-Touch Screen.

The team travelled to Las Vegas from all corners of the world, including Sales Manager for USA and Canada Martin Salter, who introduced the unit to rAVe Publications:

Along-side the convex and concave screens, InfoComm delegates also had the opportunity to interact for the first time with 47 and 55” custom-printed touch screens using the latest ZXY300 multi touch controller. The large format touchscreens are ideal for commercial multi user touch tables in Retail, Corporate office, Gaming and Leisure environments. Here’s our Sales Manager for the Asia Pacific regions Mark Perry speaking with rAVe about the installation:

Reflecting on the success of the event, Sales and Marketing Director Ian Crosby commented:

“InfoComm proved a great opportunity to introduce our latest projected capacitive touchscreen technology developments to a new audience – in particular, the 40” curved unit proved a crowd pleaser. Overall, I was delighted with the level interest shown, which I ultimately expect to result in significant new business for Zytronic.”