I have a problem that requires some feedback. I’ve created a technology to hold desktop touchscreens.
The technology allows you to use a larger touchscreen (such as Wacom Cintiq) as both a monitor and a touchscreen.
It works by making it quick and weightless to transition between two modes:
monitor mode (Vertical screen, remote from user, mouse and keyboard for input)
touch mode (Horizontal tilted screen, close to user, touch or stylus for input)
The mechanism operates similar to Microsoft Surface Studio but kicks out the screen much farther. The screen travels above the mouse and keyboard and comes to rest in front of them.
It’s a pretty good solution to the Gorilla Arm problem. (https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/why-touch-screens-will-not-take-over/)
All that said… I have to figure out if design makes sense for Rhino touchscreen users.
Would this concept be useful to you? Or are you happy with your current setup? All comments are welcome.
Note: I’m using a vague description of the features because I don’t want this to sound like a marketing pitch. Just looking for honest feedback to a general concept.
Thanks for your time,