SensyTouch intros interactive digital signage kiosk

 
Feb. 27, 2013

SensyTouch will introduce its 42-inch, multi-touch interactive kiosk at the Digital Signage Expo, which kicks off today in Las Vegas.

The pedestal design creates a 3-foot-high display and incorporates a 35-degree tilt for better wheelchair accessibility. The display is targeted for use in museums, shopping malls, airports and hospitals, the company said in the announcement.

"Our displays encourage interaction by all," said Suda Sampath, president and CEO ov SensyTouch. "We want to make multi-touch accessible to a wide range of users who can benefit from its versatility, responsiveness and availability of information."

Read more about interactive touchscreens.


Topics: Digital Signage , Display Technology , Interactive / Touchscreen , Kiosks , Museums , Retail


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