Blog June 18, 2019
4 Uses for the Totem Computer Kiosk
Technology is moving at a rapid rate and the pressure to keep up with consumer demand is prevalent across all industry sectors. Interactive computer kiosks…Read
Introducing our first gesture control touchless kiosk. Touchless self-service kiosks avoid hand to kiosk contact and eliminate any hygiene concerns. With many companies now turning to no-touch tech and contactless devices, we aim to always be at the forefront of self-service kiosk technology, innovating digital kiosks based on what’s most important to their customers.
Our touchless self-service kiosk is powered by a camera that uses hand tracking and haptics to pick up motions and gestures made by a person operating it. You can type, select, scroll and navigate the interactive kiosk display without having to touch the screen.
This non-touch approach reduces the risk of spreading germs and bacteria build up at self-service kiosks.
Our touchless kiosks gesture control technology uses an optical hand tracking module that captures the movement of user’s hands and fingers so they can interact naturally with the content.
The controller is capable of tracking hands within a 3D interactive zone that extends up to 60cm or more, extending from the device in a 140×120° typical field of view. The software can discern 27 distinct hand elements, including bones and joints, and track them even when they are obscured by other parts of the hands.
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The Totem touchless kiosk solution can be used as entertainment itself, in arcades or for VR/AR experiences.
The solution is also an ideal interactive display for booking or printing cinema tickets or other leisure activities such as bowling.
In healthcare environments it’s imperative to reduce the spread of germs as much as possible, therefore a touchless kiosk solution is the perfect visitor management and access device.
The gesture control technology is also ideal for stroke rehabilitation, medical imaging and training.
Large offices and workplaces often have high footfall, therefore efficient and safe access control and visitor management are essential.
A touchless user interface helps reduce the spread of illness at the workplace, thus boosting productivity even more.
Kiosks can also be used for booking meeting rooms and engaging presentations.
Touchless computer kiosks are hugely engaging for students in an education environment, it can be used for presentation and hands-on (although still hands-free technology to prevent spreading germs via surfaces) learning.
Digital kiosks can also be used for booking equipment, wayfinding on campus, booking rooms and library book rentals.