Friday, July 29, 2005

HoloTouch improves its interactive kiosk technology

HoloTouch offers a holographic virtual keyboard technology which, "projects 1-inch square floating holographic images of its 'keys,' several inches in front of the hardware. A standard PC sees BeamOne as a keyboard. This device is programmable and comes with all necessary software and the infrared sensors needed to detect an operator's interaction with its floating holographic images as well as free support," according to this article.

This technology is ideal for interactive kiosk applications, since you can project a keyboard onto any flat surface, and not have to worry about the wear and tear caused by industrial or publicly-accessible environments.

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