Prestop can turn your windows into glass touch.
For making shop windows, museum displays, etc., interactive, we apply various (contactless) touch techniques. In the non-contact sensor solutions, all the technology, the screen, and the sensors are behind glass. A sticker is placed on the outside of the glass. By holding your hand in front of a certain place, a trigger is given to the player that causes other content to be displayed. The advantage of these sensors is that they are suitable for double-glazing. The disadvantage, however, is the limited user interface. An example of an application with sensors is the Digital Poster.
Through the application of touch foil stuck to the inside of the (store) window, the entire "screen" can be controlled. Prestop has built up a display window in its showroom in which an application with touch foil in combination with an Omnitapps application can be viewed.
We laminate our Pcap touch films on single-glazed windows behind which a high-brightness monitor is mounted depending on the light conditions. For sound applications, we use window speakers that are glued to the inside of the window. Of course, you can view all these solutions in our interactive experience center. Request a demonstration today.
With this solution, developed by our partner Omnivision, the entry of the address details and the payment are carried out on a cell phone. After scanning the QR code, a website is opened where the user can enter their details, and the payment can be completed. The screen itself sits 10 cm behind the glass that is provided with touch foil. In this case, the user can view the product by placing a watch between the screen and the glass.
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Interactive Experience Center.
Prestop has the largest Interactive Experience Center in Europe. You are welcome in our showroom, at Ekkersrijt 4611 in Son en Breugel, where we can show you all our solutions.
Prefer online? Our specialists are happy to walk through our Interactive Experience Center with the iPhone with Zoom. Live images are shown and you can ask questions directly from home/work.