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Interactivity (Mobile)
Aug 18, 2014

Interactivity in Reality : Creating Interactive Content

In this first post of this series, we talked about the tools, both software and hardware, used to create and deploy interactive content. In the second post, we discussed basics of user interface design. And in this third and final post, we’ll have some case studies of effective content development that we have seen for Planar touch displays in various sizes. Planar’s library of case studies and installation profiles includes many touch interactive displays. I wanted to highlight a few of those here. Engaging Museum VisitorsThe Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI) is an award-winning museum in Portland, Oregon. They partnered with More…

touch display , touch video wall , Touch Screen Displays

Mobile Blog
Mar 06, 2014

Enabling a "Mobile" Worker in a Cube

A recent article by Jon Brodin entitled “How mobile technology created a workforce that never stops working” piqued our interest. Yes, we’re “lucky” enough to have a smart phone to check email every 2 minutes (though we’ve disabled the “ding” as to avoid the constant barrage), a personal tablet to keep up with friends’ posts, and a Dell Ultrabook™ to work tirelessly at the local coffee shop or on the plane. But when it comes to actually producing spreadsheets or presentations, or writing a product plan, nothing beats working from a dual monitor-equipped cubicle. Maybe it’s because we’re addicted to opening 20 different programs and multi-tasking More…

desktop monitor , Touch Screen Displays , Touch on the Desktop

Touch at Infocomm 2013
Jul 26, 2013

Touch Is The New Interface

It used to be that you had to put signs or attract loops telling customers to interact, but now mobile phones and natural human interface developments have us touching everything. We have been in the kiosk and point of sales touch screen business for a long time and we can tell you that interactivity is becoming increasingly important. The category is one of the fastest growing in the display space with year over year growth upwards of 30% with no end in sight. Planar’s touch screen display line-up has grown to include not only the small format displays like 15” to 27”, but larger single and tiled displays up to 300” diagonal for multi-user More…

Touch Screen , #planarexperience , Touch Screen Displays

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