Interactive Touch Foils can be used to transform any glass or acrylic surface into a touch screen, making them the ideal choice for interactive store window displays. The touch foil comes complete with a Rear Projection Film and electrostatic cling liner laminated to the surface, making it ideal for both permanent and temporary applications. The Interactive Foil allows an end user to interact with, and navigate through projected (Or LCD-based) content by simply touching through the surface with his or her finger.
Picture a light weight, 99% transparent, flexible self-adhesive touch foil that can be made to any size from 10” to 130”, can be affixed behind, and work through any non-metallic surface and is simple to integrate with a wide range of display technology such as projection screens, LCD’s, table tops, glass windows , acrylic, etc.
Perhaps the single most impressive feature is that the user never physically interacts with the actual foil itself. Because it senses your electromagnetic energy, it can be mounted safely behind any non-metallic surface (Up to 20mm for glass & 10mm acrylic – single touch, 6mm – double touch) without losing any responsiveness or reliability. Our accompanying software further allows you to tweak and adjust a wide variety of preferences to make it work flawlessly in your particular installation.
The Interactive Foil can be mounted using either a permanent or a removable mount method allowing the touch unit to be moved to another location if required.
The Interactive Foil is an ideal solution for upgrading any existing through window rear projection or LCD displays and it can supports both single, dual and true two-touch interactivity. Windows, MAC, Linux, and Android are supported.
Please take into account the fact, that the Interactive Foil doesn’t work with double glass. In most cases, in modern offices there are windows with double glass. In such cases, the Interactive Foil doesn’t have enough sensitivity to work well. We can prepare a special frame which can be installed outside to make the system working.