Leading developer and manufacturer of advanced Projected Capacitive Technology (PCT™) touch screen solutions, Zytronic, will be demonstrating its ultra-large format multi-touch products in the form of a 55” roulette table simulators and a custom 40” curved slot machine at G2E 2015 (Booth 4111).
Commenting, Ian Crosby, Sales and Marketing Director at Zytronic, said, “Casino touch screens are increasingly moving to larger sizes and more sophisticated designs with special shapes, cut-outs, printed colours and even curved forms and added functions in order to attract passing players. Reliability is critical, as revenue generation relies upon a functioning touch screen. Zytronic’s award-winning PCT projected capacitive touch sensors meet all these requirements, offering almost limitless customisation, the latest multi-touch levels of performance, and rugged, dependable design, unaffected by spills, scratches and damage.”
The large concave bezel-free 40” multi-touch screen featured at G2E is user customisable and capable of detecting up to 40 simultaneous touch points. The inward curve of the concave screens allows users to (almost literally) step inside their digital experience, providing a much more immersive playing experience. Zytronic have combined it with an integrated 19” “button deck” – all on the same curved glass surface.
Also on the booth will be a Zytronic touch table based on its MPCT™ Multi-touch Projected Capacitive Sensing technology capable of supporting HD and UHD displays up to 85” with up to 100 simultaneous touch points. Zytronic sensors are especially well suited for touch tables; as they combine extreme resistance to severe impact, scratches, and liquid spillages, with immunity to accidental touch by a sleeve or glass, incorporating advanced palm rejection functionality that only reacts to a finger or conductive stylus.