dbrooks at unlserve.unl.edu
Wed Dec 13 15:24:39 EST 2006
Thank you VERY much!!
On Dec 13, 2006, at 11:27 AM, Richard Miller wrote:
> We use the Elo infrared touch screen technology (they call it
> CarrollTouch). We've tried many variations from numerous
> manufacturers. This infrared technology is very flexible, accepting
> stylus or finger touch, and can be easily adapted to different
> LCD's. On the LCD front, we use the Landmark sun-readable screens
> (landmarktek.com). They are the brightest and best LCD's for the
> money. Sunlight has little or no effect on their readability.
> Everything we do in terms of our kiosks is driven by Rev. We
> currently run under Windows, but there are Mac drivers available
> for the Elo controller boards and they work fine (we've tested them).
> You can contact me offline if you want any additional information
> in terms of hardware (sound enhancement, credit card processing,
> power requirements, long-distance wireless options, etc.).
> Richard Miller
> Imprinter Technologies
> On Dec 13, 2006, at 11:35 AM, David Brooks wrote:
>> Any information prior about touchscreen hardware experience will
>> be appreciated.
>> The task is to create four interactive centers at a local zoo
>> where children will make observations of animals and make choices
>> based upon those observations.
>> Our plan is to run this with RunRev on Mac Minis, and to access
>> (service) those computers using either bluetooth or rf mice and
>> keyboards. The users will access only through screen touches.
>> Essentially the entire Zoo audience is aged 18 months to 9 years
>> plus mommies and daddies. We are expecting serious wear and tear.
>> Thanks in advance for any information or advice.
>> Dave Brooks
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