LED REPLACING PROJECTORS?
For decades business owners have used projectors for conference rooms and auditoriums. Not only were they convenient, space-saving devices; they also generated giant displays that anyone in the room could see.
Today, there’s been a shift. LED flat-panels are growing in size, shrinking in depth, and offering features not thought possible with projectors. Appreciated for their bright backlighting, LEDs don’t need specific light conditions to operate. With modern technology like 4K and HDR, LED displays are popping up throughout workspaces for easy viewing anywhere.
Whether you choose to upgrade with a traditional projector or a modern LED display, one thing is certain: interactivity is key. Businesses have been experimenting with interactive video content, and the demand for capacitive touch technology is growing.
Capacitive touch means the interactive image isn’t affected by the pressure of a user’s finger, but rather the ability of your finger to disrupt the flow of electricity. What that means is that you can directly modify images on a screen -- or even a projected image -- with the touch of your finger.