F787 PS-6: HD Multi eboard

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F787 HD Multi Touch e-Board

PS-6 Multi eboard lets users control & present multi-media in a way that transforming a large interactive eboard from 92 to 275 inches  into an interactive high-resolution touch surface.

With simultaneous 4 – 6 touch points or equal to 3 users, PS6 touch multi e-board provides an advanced and rich interactive experience at a new level. The technology is designed with minimum activation force detection which implies that users is able to simultaneously touch multiple points accurately and naturally without applying significant contact pressure. Built-in with the latest sensing technology, there is no special coatings and films are needed, hence the smart interactive board is crystal clear & robust for continuous use.  PS6 smart eboard is suitable for commercial & public environment such as lecture theatre, school (smart classroom), corporate boardroom, expos (events), museums, science-centre and advertising. New upgrade to 12 touch points is available for advanced user.

Key Features:

  • Available designs: 92 inches  (2 x 2 )  ~ 275 inches (5 x 5)
  • Protective tampered glass 4 ~ 6 mm thickness
  • Scratch resistant G-glass
  • True Multi Touch experience with 6 touch points (3 users)
  • Light activation force
  • Crystal Clear Resolution: FHD 1080p ~ (N) x FHD
  • Single PC input (F380i video wall function)
  • Simultaneous & smooth Multi Touch capability
  • Supports Multi OS platform: Windows 7 / TUIO / Linux
  • Low power consumption with LED source & Infra-red
  • Installation Options with wall mount & free floor standing
  • Easy Maintenance with FAS “infinite access”
  • Operating temperature: 0 ~ 55 degree C & 10 ~ 90% RH
  • Advanced Options: Custom video processor; Collaborative learning applications

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F787: HD Interactive Touch Display Series

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Designed with the latest optical touch-sensor with ‘sensing’ technology, F787 HD Interactive Touch display delivers an extremely accurate & smooth interaction with “multi-touch” over relatively big active area.

F787 Interactive display with high brightness and Full HD 1080p LCD quality is suitable for high performance presentation & interactive media solution(s) in order to increase interactivity & engage audience. With the stroke of a finger, any presenter is able to conduct impressive complex presentation effectively, swiping in and out of details just like conductor of an orchestra. Experience F787 with latest Windows Touch OS as bundled package!

Features

  • Large size touch solution
  • High Brightness of 700cd
  • Longer lifetime LCD panel
  • Robust housing
  • Protection Glass (4mm/6mm)
  • Burn-in Free LCD screen

Available Sizes: 46″/ 52″/ 57″/ 65″/ 75″

Applications:

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Touchscreen or Mouse?

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Introduction to iNteractive Touchscreen Technology

Touchscreen monitors have become more and more commonplace as their price has steadily dropped over the past decade. The current wide applications of touchscreens include touch directory; digital restaurant menu, digital catalog, point of sales, & interactive digital signage.

[Image: multi-touchscreen application] by howstuffwork.com, moderation by editor@flatsoftdisplays.com

There are 3 conventional & basic systems that are used to recognize a person’s touch: resistive, capacitive, surface acoustic wave.

The latest F787 series HD interactive touch will be based on optical-touch sensor with sensing technology which allows more flexibility, interactivity & durability.

The resistive system consists of a normal glass panel that is covered with a conductive and a resistive metallic layer. These two layers are held apart by spacers, and a scratch-resistant layer is placed on top of the whole setup. An electrical current runs through the two layers while the monitor is operational. When a user touches the screen, the two layers make contact in that exact spot. The change in the electrical field is noted and the coordinates of the point of contact are calculated by the computer. Once the coordinates are known, a special driver translates the touch into something that the operating system can understand, much as a computer mouse driver translates a mouse’s movements into a click or a drag. (more…)