Prysm Panels With Multi Touch And Gesture Input
Adrian J Cotterill, Editor-in-Chief
Last week Prysm showed at #ISE2012 a new tile display panel specifically designed for Broadcast environments and (what they describe as) ‘Close Proximity Interaction’.
In a press release received today, Roger Hajjar, Prysm’s Founder and Chief Technology Officer was quoted as saying “The new Close Proximity and Broadcast Panels were designed to provide users optimal viewing at arm’s length, stunning image quality and consistent brightness and colour throughout the entire video wall to ensure a uniform, crisp image from any angle and at any level of camera zoom.”
“The panels have been specifically designed for performance in lighting situations used in broadcast studios, as the panels eliminate moiré patterns and ensure skin tones are portrayed accurately and in line with the presenters in the studio.”
No news though on what runs the touch or the gesture 🙁