The best technology for your interactive whiteboard
Our touchscreens are all developed in-house. That, and our attention to innovation, ensures that we can always offer you the best technologies.
How it works
An IR-touchscreen (such as Prowise Touchscreen One and Ten) uses infrared transmitters and receivers located in front of the glass plate. Do you touch the touchscreen? Then you interrupt the infrared light emitted by the transmitters. The receivers perceive this interruption, after which the display sends a signal to the processor to take the appropriate action.
Writing the way you prefer
Because your writing object is recognised by blocking light, you can write with a variety of objects (your finger, a pen, a stylus …). Moreover, an infrared screen detects lightning-fast where and when you touch the screen. This allows you to write smoothly and accurately.
A PCAP touchscreen
How it works
In a PCAP touchscreen, such as Prowise Touchscreen Ultra, 2 grids behind the glass generate a negative electric field. Where you touch the screen, the electric field on the surface of the top grid changes. This change in the electric field is detected as a touch. The result is a seamless edge-to-edge user experience, with an excellent viewing and writing experience.
Intuitive writing experience
You probably already have a full grasp of PCAP technology. This is because it is similar to the technology used for your smartphone or tablet. So writing and working on a PCAP touchscreen feels as easy and intuitive as using your mobile phone.
The best writing experience
There is no space between the glass plate and the touch layer. Therefore, it feels like you are writing directly on the LCD panel. So you’re enjoying the most natural writing experience.
Protected even better
Furthermore, there is no room for dirt or moisture in a touchscreen with optical bonding. So your IWB will stay in perfect condition for even longer. On top of that, your touchscreen is more robust, thanks to the extra strength provided by optical bonding.
Excellent picture quality
Thanks to optical bonding and the absence of a layer of air, there’s only little to no light reflection. This does not only improve picture quality, but also offers you less glare from incoming sunlight. So you still experience a razor-sharp image from the sides of the screen.