There are two main types of interactivity: multi-touch interactivity and gesture-based interactivity.
Multi-touch interactivity is the equivalent to your smartphone or tablet. The display can register one or more contacts with finger or stylus and react accordingly. It’s ideal for applications where some precision is required. We use different technologies and techniques to create these functionalities.
One example is where we mount a glass panel in front of a video wall then add an infra-red frame around the display area. Another example is using special capacitive foils with projection material to turn shop windows into attention-grabbing displays.
Gesture-based technology uses cameras or sensors to engage with movements and gestures.