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“DST touch screens offer important ease-of-integration features not available from comparable touch technologies, such as no front surface components to impede bezel integration, easily sealable, and chemically-strengthened glass,” said Chris Tsourides, business manager, 3M Touch Systems.
Dispersive Signal Technology (DST) recognizes touch by interpreting bending waves within the glass substrate created by the contact of a finger or stylus on the glass. Since bending waves are unaffected by on-screen contaminants and moderate surface damage, DST touch screens work reliably for most public environments and applications, such as interactive digital signage, public way finders, point-of-information stations, corporate directories, and retail product selectors, as well as conference room and education presentation systems.
MicroTouch DST touch screens are currently available as interactive NEC displays or all-in-one computer displays from Pixleink Displays, a division of Richardson Electronics LLC.
For more information, visit www.DSTtouch.com.