Infrared Touch


Wireless power for displays

by Milos Pavlovic

What They Say reported on a device intended to provide power to displays using infrared wireless technology. The supplier is Fastsigns of the US which is working with Wi-Charge.  However, the power level …

Tags:Infrared Touch| Wireless Charging

BETT 2022: Part II – the Display Details

by Bob Raikes

Last week I reported on the ‘big picture’ view of what I learned at BETT in London last week. Today I’ll add some detail on the products and technology that I saw. ViewSonic updated …

Tags:anti-microbial| BenQ| BETT 2022| Infrared Touch| Interactive Displays| NFC| Notebooks| ViewSonic

Quebec Restaurant Chain Starts Deploying Touchless Kiosk Screens

by Bob Raikes

What They Say reported that a QSR in Montreal, Canada has developed with Samsung and the Luxembourg tech firm iNUI Studio some touchless kiosks that use infrared touch sensors that can detect gestures …

Tags:Infrared Touch| QSRs & Menu Boards| Samsung| Touch Market| Touchless Touch

Contactless Bag-drop Technology Trialled at Heathrow Airport

by Bob Raikes

What They Say Passenger Terminal Today reported that Heathrow Airport has installed infrared ‘contactless touch’ for bag drop so that passengers can check in their baggage without touchng a display. The system works with …

Tags:Aviation| Infrared Touch| Touch Market| Touchless Touch

Samsung Flip 3 Now in 75″

by Bob Raikes

What They Say Apologies, we missed the release of the latest Samsung Interactive Display Flip 75″ (WM75A – but also described as the Flip 3 which will be confusing if the Flip 3 smartphone …

Tags:Education| Infrared Touch| Interactive Displays

What Bob Saw on the Net 04/04/2019

by Bob Raikes

Most days, our editor, Bob, spends some time looking around the net for news. Here are some articles and links that he thought worth sharing… (note that registration or subscriptions may be required!) Eatsa …

Tags:360 Degree Cameras| Codecs| Digital Signage| DOOH| Germany| GPUs| Infrared Touch| LG Electronics (LGE)| QSRs & Menu Boards| Samsung| Stretched Displays| TVs (TV Sets)| Vizio

Infocomm 2018 Attendence Up on 2016

by Bob Raikes

Infocomm this year was in Las Vegas and next year heads back to Orlando on its ‘East/West coast, Tick/Tock’ rhythm. I hear from those on the booths that each location tends to attract a …

Tags:Infocomm 2018| Infrared Touch| Large Display Monitor| Laser Phosphor Projectors| LED| Projectors| Super Hi-Vision (8K)| Vol 25 - Issue 23

Infocomm 2018 Collaboration & Touch Roundup

by Bob Raikes

Avocor has slight differences in its product range in US and Europe. The company told us that Microsoft was promoting its displays at the show as now that the original Surface Hub has stopped …

Tags:Collaboration| Infocomm 2018| Infrared Touch| Interactive Displays| Large Display Monitor| Touch| Vol 25 - Issue 23

PQLabs Adds Object Recognition to its IR Touch

by Bob Raikes

PQLabs was showing its Gen8 infrared touch technology which can now be extended to support video walls up to 4m x 4m. PQLabs can support video walls up to 4m x 4m. Image:Meko PQLabs …

Tags:Infocomm 2018| Infrared Touch| Large Display Monitor| Retail| Vol 25 - Issue 23

FlatFrog Develops in Hardware… and Software

by Bob Raikes

FlatFrog has been having a good time since we first reported on them from ISE in 2015, when we highlighted the company as one of the most interesting companies at that year’s event, although …

Tags:FlatFrog| Infrared Touch| Interactive Displays| ISE 2018| Large Display Monitor| Vol 25 - Issue 06

AGC Offers Infrared Transparent Glass for Automotive and Touch Panel Applications

by Norbert Hildebrand

AGC, the Japanese glass company is offering an infrared transparent glass that would work well for automotive LiDAR and infrared touch panel applications. (Cars, Yes; Display Technology, Not So Much) As was demonstrated by …

Tags:Automotive| Infrared Touch| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 25 - Issue 06