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New true multi-touch, touchscreen technology. ShadowSense™ scales cost effectively from 8″ to 267″ large format touch screen displays and provides fast, accurate and responsive performance across all product ranges. Baanto ShadowSense technology offers truly Best in Class performance, with a range of features and capabilities not available from other touchscreen technologies. Driverless, truly plug-and-play, ShadowSense also offers unaffected performance in the brightest mid-day sun.
ONRoute service stations across Ontario, Canada, received a major upgrade to include three-sided touch interactive kiosks for visitors. Withstanding direct sunlight and grime, ShadowSense touchscreens ensured the best user experience in a retail environment.
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An ingenious use of ShadowSense touchscreens helped Innovative Concepts in Entertainment (ICE) create a hugely popular arcade game to pay tribute to the mobile hit Angry Birds. The addictive game has players slinging rubber balls representing the birds, at a touchscreen to knock down the evil pigs. This was made possible by ShadowSense, which was the only touch technology with the capability to detect the quick and spontaneous impact of the balls as they were flung at the screen.
The Angry Birds Arcade game has been installed in every Dave and Buster’s location throughout North America. The unique gameplay combined with the responsiveness of the ShadowSense touch frame has helped propel it to the top of the charts, making it one of the restaurant chain’s most popular attractions.
To build excitement around the DVD/Blu-ray release of the fourth season of Game of Thrones, HBO Home Entertainment put together two events featuring ShadowSense powered touchscreens that allowed fans to interact with the word of Westeros and view behind the scenes footage from the DVD/Blu-ray.
The events took place at the world famous Hôtel de Glace (Ice Hotel) in Quebec City and at the Chill Ice House in Toronto. Both venues were selected for their unique construction, made entirely of ice. With ambient temperatures well below -10 degrees Celsius, fans were encouraged to keep their gloves and mittens on while interacting with the screens. ShadowSense’s ability to detect the shape and size of the touch object ensured that the screens were responsive to user touches despite the harsh environment.