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Seloy Live Sense - Interactive Windows for Retail Storefronts
With touch devices growing in popularity, Seloy Live has patented a design that sandwiches touch technology between sheets of glass. Anne Lindgren, sales director, Seloy Live tells Zoe Mutter why the future of glass is smart and interactive.
The team at Seloy Live believes it's on to a winner with its product Sense which pairs transparent insulating glass with an interactive touch surface. It works like a touch display or touchpad but in an insulating glass unit. Sense is also fully customisable - single glass sheets can be made to measure up to 3m by 6m or multiple sheets can be combined to an unlimited size.
Sense offers up to 100 touch points, with dual-touch or 40-touch also available. Window transparency levels can be selected too and Sense works indoors or outdoors as each unit is built with the glass and technology to suit the environment and location. And because the touch is capacitive, sunlight or bright bulbs cause no interference.
"As all the technology is safely secured inside the glass, for the end user and their customers it's just like a normal window," says Anne Lindgren, sales director, Seloy Live. "In the future we believe transparent interactive surfaces are likely to replace all view-blocking displays."
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