Mitsubishi DiamondTouch

This interactive multi-input panel — Developed by Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories (MERL) —allows users to control games or applications with an array of antennas embedded in the touch surface. Basically, a receiver connected to each user’s chair, gets signals from antennas near the touch point. The displays are available in 32-inch and 42-inch sizes. Thanks, […]

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This interactive multi-input panel — Developed by Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories (MERL) —allows users to control games or applications with an array of antennas embedded in the touch surface. Basically, a receiver connected to each user’s chair, gets signals from antennas near the touch point. The displays are available in 32-inch and 42-inch sizes.




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