Transparent and Multi-touch Enabled Panels – Windows Embedded Team Blog


Posted on December 3rd, by Robyn Ellan in Blog, News. 2 comments

Digital Transparent Touch Panel

Embedded Technology Japan 2012

New panel technologies that are transparent and multi-touch enabled. Perfect for a vending machine for example, where you want to provide information about the products inside but also enable the customer to observe what they are behind on the shelf. Makes for an engaging experience for the consumer–provides some novelty even–but simple to use, as it’s the same familiar method to control as their PC, smartphone or tablet. This is a combined solution from three partners: Scala, iBase and Ittocan, based on Windows Embedded 8 Standard CTP.

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2 thoughts on “Transparent and Multi-touch Enabled Panels – Windows Embedded Team Blog

  1. Sounds interesting. One question: how do Scala Designer lets you author multi-touch contents ?

    Only Flash is supported on the Scala Player side ?

    Thanks Tom




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