National Air and Space Museum Uses Zytronic Touch

By Yvette Raikes
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Zytronic of the UK has supplied an 84″ Zybrid touch sensor to the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum in Washington. It allows multitouch for up to six visitors to design, customise and launch space station modules. The sensor was designed with 6mm thick thermally toughened anti-glare etched glass and was engineered into the table by New Mexico- based Ideum.