Casino-entertainment professionals from across the globe headed to Las Vegas for the annual Global Gaming Expo this October. With the quick paced nature of the gaming industry, it’s crucial that they remain at the forefront of the latest trends and insights that the industry has to offer. The incredible exhibits and expertise on offer at G2E makes in an invaluable and must attend event.
Our CEO Mark Cambridge and Sales & Marketing Director Ian Crosby attended G2E this year and spotted an array of Zytronic touch screens on show at the exhibition. Below we have included a snap shot of our products and some other gaming platforms that stood out at the Expo.
This is the SporTVision table made by our Australian customer, Transcity who are design and manufacturing specialists. The table currently uses a 46” printed Zybrid sensor, but we are working with Transcity on a multi-touch version to launch at the ICE Gaming Show in London next year. Read more our other projects with Transcity.
The Shufflemaster “iTable” uses printed 10.4” Zybrid touch sensors embedded in a multiplayer card table. Utilising six, networked touch-enabled player displays, plus an additional dealer station, the i-Table combines a feature-rich, highly efficient and intuitive electronic betting interface with the human interaction of a live dealer. Find out more about how our Projected Capacitive Technology has an integral role in this innovative gaming hardware.
These photos are of Aristocrat’s ‘Verve’ cabinet which featuring a very large projected capacitive touchscreen. The cabinet is built with interactive edge lighting and has durable, low maintenance surfaces. With its sleek and stylish cabinet design, the Verve is sure to stand out on any gaming floor.
Finally, here is a photo our team took at G2E of Ainsworth Gaming Technology’s new “A560” slant top cabinet with a 24” touch screen. As with the other products featuring at the Global Gaming Expo this year, the A560 it is yet another example of a tough, yet beautiful touch screen design.