Superb Multi-Touch Performance
The unique and patented design utilizes independent LPUs (Light Processing Units) and optimized touch point detection algorithms, Cell Imaging Technology, to provide stable and superb performance. As a result PQ Labs multi-touch sensors, are used in a wide variety of commercial applications and can be found in the most demanding environments. PQ Labs Cell Imaging Technology offers superior multi-touch performance with industry leading sample rates, touch accuracy and maximum detectable touch points.
Up to 10 independent Light Processors Embedded*
Cell Imaging Technology employs a special and advanced light module design which
allocates independent LPUs to individual light sensing modules. This exclusive
design not only dramatically improves touch performance, but since the LPUs
execute most of the multi-touch processing, touch speed and
accuracy is optimized.
* Multi-Touch performance and touch points required determines
the number of Light Processors Units used.
Full Large Format Display Support, 32" to 500", from Desktop to Video Walls
PQ Labs Cell Imaging Technology supports displays from 32" to 500” providing stable and flexible multi-touch solutions for all most any
display application from computer monitors to ultra-large format displays and video walls.
Unique Electronic White Board Mode
As the adoption of digital interactive whiteboards continues to grow,
more robust handwriting and stylus precision is required to make the transition
to digital more intuitive. Cell Imaging Technology has exclusive optimized
hand-writing algorithms and a unique White Board Mode which enables
PQ Labs Overlays to write complicated math formulas easily.
Object Recognition and Palm Rejection
Cell Imaging Technology has the intelligence to recognize the
size of an object which can then be used to provide a corresponding
reaction. For example, with object size recognition, certain objects
could be mapped around allowing the touch screen to continue to
respond properly regardless of the interference of the palm of your hand
or a cup on the touching area.