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GestureTek Unveils Large-Format Vertical Multi-Touch “Plug and Play” Display Unit at Integrated Systems Europe Show
The Cube™ Portable Turnkey Interactive Floor Display System Also Showcased
AMSTERDAM, NL, Feb 2, 2010 – GestureTek®, pioneer and patent-holder in immersive, multi-touch and 3D vision display systems, will unveil a turnkey, plug and play vertical multi-touch display solution at the Integrated Systems Europe Show in Amsterdam from February 2 to 4th, 2010, at Booth #1F69.
The new freestanding unit comes with a large 67” multi-touch screen that functions as both digital signage and a presentation system for delivering multi-media information. Users interact with multi-touch applications by pointing at or touching the screen, using either one-handed or two-handed gestures.
All the hardware is hidden inside a sleek unit that measures only 22 inches deep, bringing the engaging dynamic of a multi-touch control interface to displays in both large and small spaces. The unit can be placed anywhere and can be installed without the help of a technician. The flexibility of this multi-touch surface computing system makes it ideal for retail locations, trade shows, and presentation centers.
"System integrators are in the business of building interactive display solutions that give users an informative, entertaining and memorable interactive experience,” says Vincent John Vincent, President of GestureTek. "This is what audio visual installers are looking for - an affordable multi-touch vertical display solution that is easy-to use, easy to install and easy to maintain."
Also showcased at the GestureTek booth will be the Cube™, the company’s award-winning, plug and play interactive floor display system. The Cube has already proven itself to be successful in retail stores, advertising campaigns, trade shows and events. The dynamic interactive advertising, games and animated effects presented on the Cube engage and entertain crowds, enhancing brand awareness and ultimately building business. The ability to easily customize the 70-plus included applications or create completely new ones makes the Cube a powerful tool in multiple markets.
"GestureTek has evolved a sophisticated line of gesture-control products that are fully engaging and can address any interactive display need, whether it’s informational touch screens, multi-media kiosks or corporate audio visual systems,” says Vincent John Vincent, President of GestureTek. “Any surface can be transformed into a dynamic interactive display that engages, entertains and informs, including floors, walls, windows, counters, kiosks, screens and freestanding panels."