FlatFrog announced today its latest achievement with the launch of the 78” ultra-high definition (UHD) curved touchscreen display that will be demonstrated at CES 2015 in Las Vegas, US.
FlatFrog Laboratories AB, a leading provider of InGlass™ multi-touch screens, is now demonstrating a new class of UHD 78” curved multi-touch display. The touch technology is bezel-free with perfect transparency suitable for UHD touch displays that cannot be matched by existing capacitive or IR touch solutions. This solution is part of the 15-84” high resolution multi-touch platform supported by FlatFrog.
“Our ability to support curved UHD interactive displays up to 84” is a true differentiator for our customers, and demonstrates the broad capabilities of InGlass™ touch technology” said Dhwani Vyas, CEO of FlatFrog. “In the second half of 2014 we have accelerated our multi-touch product offerings first to 65”, followed quickly by 84” sizes and now with support for curved displays. We will continue to add more exciting features to our offering in 2015.”
FlatFrog’s unique InGlass™ touchscreens enable thin edge-to-edge design with perfect optical clarity. At this form factor, the superior clarity combined with edge-to-edge design is well suited for Interactive Digital Signage, Conferencing, Interactive Whiteboards, Education, Control Centers, Gaming and Hospitality Displays.
To capture the end consumer attention OEMs design large interactive displays, interactive touch content and now have additional curved display options with FlatFrog that support widescreen panoramic effect. This allows users to immerse themselves in the interactive digital experience for signage, gaming, and other applications. Competing capacitive solutions require physical sensors embedded on top of the LCD, which reduce the optical clarity. InGlass™ touch has no sensor grid obstructing the visual clarity. In addition, InGlass™ touch technology allows for tablet-like bezel free design. The new class of curve displays is customizable across the existing base of 15-84” flat panel touchscreen portfolio demonstrated at: http://www.flatfrog.com/video.