The key interactive display engine differentiation points include:
- Multi-function in one package: 3D TOF sensing and projection functions combined in a single, integrated engine.
- Multiple 3D sensing modes: 3D point cloud generation that can be converted to touch events and/or gestures to suit the application.
- Multi-surface operation: both projected display and 3D TOF sensor can operate directed at a tabletop, wall, or ceiling without additional calibration or focus adjustment.
- Ease of Use: works on any surface: flat, curved, wet, dry, and more; foreign objects entering the field of view won't interrupt the operation of the system.
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