Infrared Touch


Promethean Fills Out Range at the Lower End

by Bob Raikes

Promethean had a big area in the hall and was also in the executive suites where it was talking about general technology developments from its parent company, NetDragon Websoft. Most of the news was …

Tags:Infrared Touch| Interactive Displays| Large Display Monitor| Promethean| Vol 25 - Issue 04

Smart Responds to Lower Cost Demand

by Bob Raikes

Smart has a strong place in the education business in the UK and this year told us that it is addressing the market for lower cost systems which are in demand. Although the company …

Tags:BETT 2018| Infrared Touch| Interactive Displays| Large Display Monitor| Smart Technologies Inc| Vol 25 - Issue 04

Avocor Moves to Optical Bonding

by Bob Raikes

Avocor is doing pretty well for a UK-based company in the competitive world of interactive displays. The company was a highlight of last year, when it launched Windows-based displays using FlatFrog in-glass touch. This …

Tags:BETT 2018| Infrared Touch| Interactive Displays| Large Display Monitor| Vol 25 - Issue 04

BETT 2018 Round-Up

by Bob Raikes

3M has been at BETT before, but not recently. At the show, it was highlighting the use of its privacy filters which are now available with higher quality. We couldn’t get technical details, but …

Tags:BETT 2018| Infrared Touch| IWBs| Large Display Monitor| Lenovo| Mobile Display Monitor| Notebooks| Pcap (Procap)| Privacy| Vol 25 - Issue 04

NEC InfinityBoard Now Available in EMEA

by Bob Raikes

NEC previewed its InfinityBoard at ISE last year and told us at its Showcase last spring that it would be ‘shipping soon’. Now the company has said that the displays (in 65″ and 84″) …

Tags:Infrared Touch| Interactive Displays| Large Display Monitor| NEC| Vol 25 - Issue 04

LDM Vol 24 Issue 39 Product Round-up

by Bob Raikes

DVIGear has some new DisplayPort 1.4 active optic cables that can support data rates up to 32.4Gbps and are HDCP2.2 compliant for resolutions of 8K (30Hz 4:4:4) up to 50 metres and 4K/60p (4:4:4) …

Tags:Desktop Monitors| DisplayPort| Fibre optics| HDR - High Dynamic Range| Infrared Touch| Interactive Displays| Large Display Monitor| Test Equipment| Vol 24 - Issue 39

PQ Labs Reduces IR Bezel Depth

by Bob Raikes

PQ Labs is a key supplier of infrared touch technology to many of the brands on the show floor. We spoke with the company at ISE about its G7 technology which deals with one …

Tags:Gesture Recognition| Infocomm 2017| Infrared Touch| Large Display Monitor| Vol 24 - Issue 23

Sharp Has Plans for Colour

by Tom Allen

Sharp has pushed two of its large-format products, introduced at ISE (Sharp Enjoying the Big Pad), to market: the 70″ Big Pad PN-70TW3 and 80″ PN-H801. The Big Pad is Sharp’s first interactive (10-point …

Tags:Colour Quality| Infrared Touch| Interactive Displays| Large Display Monitor| LFD - Large Format Display| sharp| VA (Vertical Align)| Vol 23 - Issue 10| Wide Colour Gamut (WCG)

NeoNode Enables Notebooks with Touch

by Bob Raikes

Neonode was on the ST Microelectronics booth and on the Swedish booth (it is based in Stockholm) and was showing a bar system that includes an infrared curtain touch system that can be used …

Tags:Infrared Touch| Mobile Display Monitor| MWC 2016| Notebooks| Vol 23 - Issue 08

An Inflection Point for Large Touch Displays?

by Bob Raikes

We’ve finally got to the end of our CES report. It highlights how much of CES is being taken over by the automotive field and how much concentration there was on AR and VR. …

Tags:Cima Nanotech| Editorial| FlatFrog| Infrared Touch| Large Display Monitor| Metal Mesh| Mobile Display Monitor| Silver Nanowire| Touch Displays| Vol 23 - Issue 02

Christie Extends UltraHD LFD Range

by Tom Allen

After showing them at Infocomm 2015, Christie has launched three new large-format UltraHD displays: the 55″ FHQ552-T, 84″ FHQ842-T and 98″ FHQ981-L. Both the 55″ and 84″ displays feature 10-point IR touch and are …

Tags:Christie| Infrared Touch| Large Display Monitor| LFD - Large Format Display| Vol 22 - Issue 39

Cima Updates on its ITO Replacement Material (IC11)

by Bob Raikes

John Brodd is CEO of Cima Nanotech which is making materials for ITO replacement. There are around 70 staff in the company, mostly in China. Procap touch technology is great, but runs out of …

Tags:Infrared Touch| ITO Replacement| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| SID Display Week 2015| Touch| Vol 22 - Issue 24