Multi-touch table utilises Projected Capacitive Technology (PCT™) and custom software from SpinTouch to provide an intuitive and enjoyable user experience
Leading developer and manufacturer of advanced projected capacitive touch screen solutions, Zytronic, has helped SpinTouch International and Rok Interactive bring to market the Mozayo, a multi-touch table that combines elegant design with carefully crafted ergonomics. With potential applications including trade shows, promotional events and novel retail experiences, the Mozayo is a striking and interactive method of sharing, creating or displaying information.
Available in four different finishes and designs, the Mozayo supports up to 40 simultaneous touch points on a high-definition 46 inch multi-touch display driven by an embedded high performance Windows® 8.1 PC. The touch table is built to be rugged and reliable in order to withstand the most demanding indoor environments. The glass edge-to-edge, zero bezel design repels water and minimizes glare from overhead lighting.
Interactive software and hardware developer, SpinTouch, in looking for touch screen technology, sought to utilise Zytronic’s Projected Capacitive Technology (PCT™) for its superior performance over other technologies examined. Zytronic’s multi-touch sensors combine unrivalled durability and fast, accurate touch performance with crisp, sleek aesthetics. The Mozayo makes use of Zytronic’s ZXY200 multi-touch controllerin conjunction with a 46 inch PCT touch sensor underneath 8mm thick thermally toughened glass.
Watch a demonstration of the Mozayo touch table at the 2015 Digital Signage Expo
The Mozayo can be used with a downloadable custom software package from SpinTouch, ‘My Showcase™’ and ‘Dream Touch™’ programmes offering enhanced presentation and animation features, ideal for promotional or retail applications.
Careful consideration was paid, in designing the Mozayo table, to ensure that this interactive product offered the highest standards of accessibility and functionality. For this reason, it is fully compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and designed from the outset to be wheelchair friendly.