SigmaSense recently unveiled the world’s first gaming class performance interactive display table at the Touch Taiwan exhibition held from April 21st to the 23rd. Interactive displays equipped with SigmaDrive touch controller technology provide high-speed 300 Hz touch reporting.
“Even a simple hockey game on a 55 inch or a 65-inch screen has never been possible with low lag, until now,” said Rick Seger, SigmaSense CEO, “Now we can turn screens into gaming centers where you could have multiple players around the table and all with hands and fingers on the screen, playing games, collaborating, competing, but in a fast-paced world where a hockey puck may be flying around, or multiple aliens may be invading.”
SigmaSense’s gaming tabletop display creates new possibilities for video game developers. Game-piece recognition, pucks, and pens can be used for a more immersive gaming experience with high-fidelity capacitive imaging enabled. The availability of high speed, high fidelity touch data has opened the door for tabletop gaming from 20 inches up to 100-inch tables. These displays can support single and multiplayer gameplay.
(All information was provided by PR Web)