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Interactive Touch Screen Technology
Transcript of Interactive Touch Screen Technology
Screen Definition Summary Interactive touch screens
in our Libraries Touch screens are already being used in libraries around the world for information, education, socialising and fun.
Blended libraries - Such a library would serve it's community at home, in schools, outdoors, and in buildings or rooms that could be geographically, anywhere. Please touch this screen:
Interactive screen launched in
Almere's New Library
(Holland) Inamo Restaurant's
Interactive ordering system
The interactive ordering system allows diners to place orders from an illustrated food and drinks menu projected on to their table surface.
Customers can set the mood, discover the local neighbourhood, order a taxi home!, and of course place an order for food and drinks. Touch and See
a new interactive Touch and See is a different way to experience original items that have been on display in Memory of a Nation.
The multi-touch interactive lets you zoom in, zoom out and move around a range of documents, objects, photographs and footage in the National Archives collection.
Easy tags allow you to explore connections between items. Dangerous Australians
Australian Museum, Jun 08 A 6m long interactive projection that features some of Australia’s most dangerous animals.
As well as risk being bitten or attacked, visitors can use a magnifying glass tool to get a closer look, or find out more about each creature’s habitat and behaviour, or first aid treatment. How it Works There are three
components The Touch Sensor:
is a panel with a
surface. The Controller:
is the hardware that converts the voltage changes on the sensor into signals the computer/device can receive
tells the computer/device the
information from the Sensor
and the Controller History 2000
In 1983 Hewlett-Packard introduced the
HP-150, a home computer with touch
In 1993, IBM released
the first smart phone
called Simon with a
touch screen interface In 1996, Palm
Pilot series Dangerous Australians Video http://player.vimeo.com/video/8324662?color=59a5d1&autoplay=1 Memory of a Nation Video http://player.vimeo.com/video/27843833?autoplay=1 Restaurant Video (cc) image by nuonsolarteam on Flickr The screen presents constant new and updated information to the visitors of the library. The system's special feature is that people can add information to the screen themselves. The information displayed on the interactive screen is not only about the library itself, but also about the city and culture in Almere. Inhabitants from Almere can add information to the screen themselves, for example, by using the tag @SchermAlmere when twittering, or by using the tag or keyword SchermAlmere when posting a photo on Flickr. As research has shown that many people often do not recognize touch screens as such, the visitor is invited to touch and explore the items via a screensaver with the words "Touch me". One important goal of the project is to improve the information services within the library. Via the screen, which has a prominent place in the library, the library and its visitors can inform each other.
A second goal is to strengthen the social function of the library. Almere Library Video http://www.youtube.com/embed/GFVWtOu_0a0?rel=0 A touch screen is a display screen that is sensitive to the touch of a finger or stylus. A touch screen allows users to navigate a computer system by touching icons or links on the
screen. 1990s 1970s
In 2007, Apple introduced
the iPhone - nothing
but touch screen! In 2002, Microsoft
Windows XP Tablet In 1977 Elographics developed
a resistive touch screen A touch sensor was developed by Dr. Sam
Hurst, Elographics, University of Kentucky,
patented by the University's research
foundation in 1971 1980s 1960s
Capacitive touch screen invented by E.A
Johnson at the Royal Radar Establishment,
Malvern, UK, around 1965-67, Article
published in 1968 (cc) photo by theaucitron on Flickr 1960s In 1993, Apple released the
Newton PDA, equipped
Infrared light beams
pulsating in a grid
A touch breaks the beams and identifies the coordinates Resistive
Glass/acrylic panel, coated with electrically conductive/resistive layers
When the screen is touched the layers press together causing a change in the current and the touch is registered Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW)
Acoustic waves sent across a glass panel with transducers/reflectors
When the screen is touched the waves are absorbed and a touch is detected at that point The British Library
The touch screen "Turning the Pages" kiosks are available
throughout the library.
They allow the user to flip through rare books from the library's collection.
The kiosks are a great way to provide access to digital collections to the public. Multi-touch
Multi-touch is a touch sensing surface's ability to recognize the presence of two or more points of contact with the surface. Types of Touch
Screens Macquarie University Library - Sydney
Touch screens in the foyer of Macquarie University Library Syston Library - UK
Self-service machines were launched at Syston Library on 8th March to enable people to borrow and return books, CDs and DVDs quickly and easily. Yonsei University Library, Korea
Read the newspapers, browse through the library's collection of books and media on the large touch screen displays!
A sitting area surrounding a digital pond where ripples are created when you sit Howard County Library – Miller Branch, Maryland, U.S.A.
Right inside the entrance you can see that this is a 21st Century library with the wall of touchscreen panels that attract library patrons in an interactive manner.