Zytronic Displays Ltd. Zytronic to exhibit at G2E 2022

Zytronic Displays Ltd.
Zytronic Exhibits at G2E 2022
The latest information such as player interface development is released
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Touch technology innovator Zytronic (Headquarters: Newcastle, England, CEO: Mark Cambridge, hereinafter: Zytronic) will be exhibiting at G2E 2022 (booth 1335) in Las Vegas from October 10th to 13th. We will exhibit the latest player interface built into the slot machine demo unit. This demo unit combines a variety of imaginative interactive solutions for system designers to create a winning touch.
At the booth, you can experience a 19.5-inch all-glass interactive video button deck. The transparent section of the button deck houses a wireless phone charger and a non-mechanical, glass-touch “bash” button. Raised buttons provide a tactile feel that players prefer compared to flat touchscreens. The button not only responds to player taps, but also dynamically transforms into a joggle wheel with a machined ring around its perimeter, and, with the right software and content designed, can take advantage of additional game functionality. It is also possible.
The phone charger and bash buttons appear to float with no visible cables, and this button deck sticks out. Meanwhile, power is delivered through the glass via tracks of nearly invisible 10-micron copper electrodes printed inside the glass button deck, resulting in a sleek, clean design. increase. In general, the entire button deck is easy to clean, the surface is impervious to liquid contamination, resistant to scratches from watches and accessories, and able to withstand the hard blows of an avid gamer.
Above the button deck is a pole-mounted 43-inch high-brightness display through which power and data are fed, complementing the unit’s cable-free concept. On either side of the screen are vertical chaser LEDs suspended in glass touch-sensitive overlays, again with no visible cables. The active area of ​​the touchscreen is fitted with mechanical buttons with clear lenses, highlighted by LED rings, and holes machined to allow the player to change what is displayed. Buttons and lights are powered via invisible tracks directly within the visible area of ​​the touch sensor and display, achieving a “floating button” effect.
Zytronic’s technical director, Dr. Andrew Morrison, said: “In addition to the aesthetic benefits for players, the inclusion of highly robust and reliable embedded projected capacitive (PCT(TM)) touch sensors is also beneficial for vendors and casino owners. The advantage of non-moving glass buttons is that there is no risk of liquid entering the button deck and no risk of wear and tear for operators to worry about, maximizing ROI and slot machine uptime.”
Please contact info@zytronic.co.uk if you would like to make an appointment for Ge2 2022. Also, if you would like to learn more about our touchscreen technology, please contact us here. For more information on Zytronic’s touch sensor technology, please visit www.zytronic.com.
About Zytronic
Zytronic Display’s international award-winning touch sensors are used globally in areas such as ATMs, digital signage, self-service kiosks, gaming consoles, and industrial and medical original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). It has been. The company’s success is based on its patented, durable touch-sensing technology, available in custom designs of 85 inches and beyond. These touch sensors are available under registered trademarks such as Zypos(R), Zybrid(R), Zytouch(R), Zyfilm(R) and Zyprofilm(R). Zytronic has a manufacturing and R&D center in Newcastle, UK, as well as sales offices in Tokyo, Taipei and Orlando, Florida, USA, and a global network of distributors. For more information, please visit our website (www.zytronic.jp).
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