Perceptive Pixel Introduces 55-inch Multi-Touch LCD Digital Signage Display at #InfoComm12

June 12, 2012

Perceptive Pixel is introducing a new 55-inch projected capacitive (pro-cap) display featuring Corning Gorilla Glass.

Perceptive Pixel is introducing its 55-inch projected capacitive (pro-cap) display at InfoComm 2012. The company's multi-touch LCD features a high gloss, bezel-free design and ultra-slim form factor, measuring only 2.5 inches in depth.

As with all the company's true multi-touch pro-cap displays, the 55-inch LCD handles an unlimited number of touch points and works in concert with up to three active styluses for a natural pen and touch experience. The unit is also optically bonded for near-zero parallax, eliminating the air gap that commonly causes inaccurate touches on other displays, the company said. The new 55-inch LCD incorporates Corning Gorilla Glass for improved durability.

Features of the 55-inch LCD include:

  • Slim LCD form factor
  • 1920 x 1080 full-HD resolution
  • LED backlight
  • 120 Hz frame rate and direct drive video electronics for ultra-low latency
  • Overscan touch area to allow integration of advanced user interface elements, such as pop-out menus and toolbars
  • Built-in color correction with an easy-to-use interface
  • Remote network control capability. Works seamlessly with Crestron control systems
  • Thin, durable, damage-resistant Corning Gorilla Glass

"With the introduction of our new 55-inch display, we now have a full pro-cap lineup, from desktop to wall-size, to enable fully interactive, rich and flexible collaboration, ideation and presentation," said David Slobodin, VP hardware engineering at Perceptive Pixel, New York. "Our new 55-inch multi-touch LCD strikes the perfect balance between large form factor for group presentations, and a mid-size solution for more intimate and creative collaboration in smaller teams — all at an affordable price."

"We are excited to be collaborating with Perceptive Pixel in bringing innovative interactive solutions to market," added Dave Loeber, business director, Large Cover Glass, Corning, N.Y.-based Corning. Loeber adds: "Whether the display is hung on a wall or is built into a conference room table, the new 55-inch LCD with Corning Gorilla Glass is tough enough to handle everyday wear and tear, while at the same time enhancing the advanced touch sensitivity and user experience that Perceptive Pixel is known for."

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