With our multi-touch tables, you get modern and elegant touch solutions, which are just as quick and easy to use as a tablet.
Which types of touch tables are there?
You can obtain our interactive tables in two different versions:
- As xSlate, a touch insert based on PCAP touch foils. It can be installed in any table, also in existing furniture.
- The infrared touch table is particularly suitable for large and special formats.
The following equipment is available
- Touch-Panel, consisting of glass with applied touch foil
- Touch insert (xSlate) a glass with touch foil, mounting brackets and display
- Table including touch as a complete solution
- Individual custom-made products
Structure and operation of our tables
xSlate (Touch insert for tables)
The xSlate can be integrated into your own table as a ready-to-use HID-capable touch unit, which leaves virtually all design options open for you. With up to 100 simultaneous touch points, several people can work at the same time completely independently and control one software.
We implement our xSlates using PCAP sensors. With a projected-capacitive touchfoil, a glass surface is made touch-sensitive, so that the user can act through a screen, as one would expect from a tablet or smartphone touch screen.
This technique is the first choice when it comes to first-class design, as it allows a flat glass surface without shoulders at the edges, and this with a display up to the size of 98''.
Infrared touch table
When the display size exceeds the capabilities of PCAP touch films, infrared technology opens new worlds. Design wise, this solution includes a 9 to 12 mm offset between the table surface and the protective glass.
The infrared touch is an optically based technology whereby hidden infrared sensors in a frame around the touch surface scan the surface for any interruptions. When the surface is touched with the hand or an object, the sensors detect that point of contact as the exact point of the interruption.