Using a Multi Touch Foil is crucial if your project is meant to accommodate multiple users. By upgrading to a multi-touch format, these foils have twice the resolution as a dual touch foil. The number associated with each type of multi touch foil represents how many points of touch (i.e. fingers) can interact with the surface at the same time.
Having a 10, 20, or 40 point multi touch foil gives you access to the same gestures as a dual touch foil, but with added accuracy and up to 20 times the level of interactivity. This type of foil is typically used in projects that have a consistent level of traffic. Trade show presentations, office conference rooms, and lobby displays benefit greatly from what a standard multi touch foil can provide.
Screen Solutions International ships every multi touch foil order in a secure tube and/or box to ensure its safety no matter how far it is traveling. Each foil is carefully assembled and tested to ensure everything works perfectly upon installation. If you would like more information, you can contact us or visit our sister-site PROFoils.com.
*All sales regarding touch products are final. No returns or refunds, including but not limited to: Touch Foils and Touch Frames.
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|Size Ranges per Aspect Ratio:||(16:9) 30″ – 116″ Diagonal*|
|Number of Touch Sensors (Resolution)||4,096|
|Customizable Features||Size, Tail Length, Tail Position, Active Area, & Cut Size|
|Standard configuration with non-conductive, single construction glass||20mm thick inclusive of glass and air gap|
|Response Speed||Typically 18 – 50 ms|
|Operating Temperature Range||-10°C (14°F) to +70°C (158°F)|
|Humidity Range||0% – 95%|
|Light Transmission||Typically better than 93%|
*Some sizes only available via custom order. Call 1-888-631-5880 for details.
Each touch foil is listed by its diagonal size according to a 16:9 aspect ratio. For specific measurements, please view the information below.
|30″ = 15 x 26″||32″ = 16 x 28″||37″ = 18 x 32″||40″ = 20 x 35″|
|42″ = 21 x 37″||46″ = 23 x 40″||50″ = 25 x 44″||52″ = 25 x 45″|
|55″ = 27 x 48″||60″ = 29 x 52″||65″ = 32 x 58″||70″ = 34 x 61″|
|74″ = 36 x 64″||80″ = 39 x 70″||90″ = 44 x 78″||100″ = 49 x 87″|
*Note: These dimensions reflect the active area, and do not account for any excess material that surrounds the edge of the foil.
PROFoil Tech Explained
When using a PROFoil, its responsiveness is the critical factor to consider for the end-user experience. In order to give customers a simplified way of measuring responsiveness, touch foils of all types are judged by two main aspects: the number of touch points and the resolution.
A “touch point” is simply any time a user is interacting with the screen. For every touch point that a foil can handle, another source of input can be tracked simultaneously. For instance, if a foil was labeled as “10-point,” that would mean that up to 10 inputs (i.e. fingers) can be used on the screen at once.
The “resolution” of a foil is an indicator of how accurately it can track touch input. This accuracy is determined by how many sensors are present in the foil. For instance, a standard dual touch PROFoil has slightly more than 2,000 input sensors and provides a resolution of “2K.” A 10-point PROFoil, however, has over 4,000 input sensors and provides a resolution of “4K”. This allows a 10-point foil to track touch input twice as accurately as a 2-point foil.