Are you dissatisfied with your current non-touchscreen display? Well, what if you could just slap on a thin touchscreen film over your current display to turn it into a touchscreen? That’s what the folks over at Displax are working on at the moment. The company promises to turn any surface into a touch sensitive display. With the film being able to be stuck on glass, plastic, or wood, and can range from 3-inches to 120-inches diagonally, it certainly looks like it’s very versatile. With a current transparency rate of 98 percent, and being able to detect up to 16 fingers on a 50-inch screen, it certainly seems like a juicy piece of technology. Displax says that the first screens featuring its multi-touch technology will start shipping in July.
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