touch screens

Optical Bonding - LCDOptical Bonding: ‘Preventing a Poke in the Eye with a Sharp Stick’

Optical Bonding of Touch Screens is the process used to attach a protective layer to the outer surface of a display. Touch screens are finding new uses in consumer, commercial and industrial settings and due to the capability of adding protection to the display these uses are extending into harsh industrial environments.

In order for this technology to be useful and durable, there is a need for continuing developments in robust methodologies for Read the full article →


Computer Touch ScreensUndeniably, more and more devices are now requiring the use of touch screen technology. Bear in mind, however, that not all computer touch screens are created equal, as they say.

From tablets to panel PCs and beyond, there are currently a variety of uses for touch screens in the industry. Read on to learn about some of the particular pros and cons of several of the main touch screen types.

Computer Touch Screens: From Viewing to Contact

Touch screens use signals that enable a device to locate exactly which part of the surface the user is accessing via the screen, thus allowing the software to determine what kind of action or step to undertake in relation to the command.

Users and developers look for a functional touch screen that fits their needs in terms of both ease of usage and durability. Here’s a look at four of the primary types of computer touch screens in the industry today. Read the full article →


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