The Displax multi-touch skin detects both touch and breath
The Displax skin can be applied to glass, wood and plastic
Displax - thinner than paper
A 50-inch display is able to detect up to sixteen fingers simultaneously
The skin has a size dimension ranging from anywhere between seven inches and three full meters diagonally
Portuguese company Displax has announced the development of a “skin” that can turn virtually any surface into a multi-touch display. Based on capacitive technology, the “skin” is developed on a thinner-than-paper polymer film that turns a surface, be it glass, plastic or wood, curved or flat, into an interactive touch screen. The interface is so sensitive that it even detects when you blow on it, registering both the intensity and direction of the air flow.
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