Corrales, New Mexico (PRWEB) February 09, 2015
Ideum now announces the release of its largest standard touch wall. The new Presenter 75 is so big, it’s almost immersive; so it’s perfect for collaboration and large-scale, interactive exhibits. With the giant display and 40 touch points, two, even three, people can simultaneously interact on this massive touch wall. The Presenter multitouch wall is also available with a Windows 8 or Android operating system, providing more choices for developers and end-users.
Learn more at: http://ideum.com/touch-walls/
The Presenter 75 multitouch display comes standard with a bright, responsive 4K UHD (2160p) display. With its all-aluminum frame and tempered-glass surface, the Presenter 75 is tough enough for practically any environment. The Presenter 75 comes complete with lockable access ports to ensure security. With computer upgrade options available, this ultimate multitouch wall is perfect for any large-scale, interactive needs.
The Presenter 75 joins the ranks of Ideum’s other interactive touch walls that are already found at forward-thinking, world-class museums like the Field Museum, the New England Aquarium, the Walker Art Center, the Union Pacific Railroad Museum, as well as other prestigious and well-visited public spaces.
“The Presenter 75, like our other touch walls and multitouch touch tables, are built for demanding public environments. We are proud to have our hardware in some of the busiest museums and public spaces on the planet,” says Jim Spadaccini, Creative Director and Founder of Ideum.
The Presenter 75 is less than 3 inches thick, and, unlike other touch screens of similar size that typically weigh twice as much, it weighs in at only 180 pounds. It can be hung vertically or horizontally. The Presenter 75 is a great alternative to bulky and expensive 82” and 84” displays. With the optional camera, video conferencing and other collaborative applications are a breeze.
All of Ideum’s products are designed and built in the USA. Ideum sells its products direct to customers throughout the world.
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Ideum (http://www.ideum.com) is a 15-year-old privately held company based in Corrales, New Mexico. Ideum designs and produces integrated and hardened large-scale multitouch hardware for museums, educational institutions, government agencies, and Fortune 500 companies. It has developed multitouch tables and touch screens since 2008 -- sold in 30 countries. The company has developed and sells Gestureworks (http://www.gestureworks.com), a multitouch and motion tracking software environment.