Interactive Technology - Part Two
Part two of our interactive event technology series sees Neil demonstrate how we can transform any surface into a touch surface, up to 50 meters wide. We beam an invisible ‘laser curtain’, then define its ‘interactive’ area within it – this then mirrors a touch screen surface, just like an iPad or Windows Touch device. All of the touch gestures you can do with a touch-screen, you can do in thin air!
This technology could be used as an activation wall as a part of an experiential installation, or even used horizontally across the floor it can enable your delegates to play spatial games! Think mazes, puzzles and team building.
It can also be used as a proximity sensor, whereby the closer a delegate gets to a hot spot, the more audio visual reactions are activated – such as changes in lighting, sound or even haze being released into the room, creating a multi-sensory environment.