OBJECTIVES INTRODUCTION HISTORY WHEN IT IS APPLICABLE ? ADVANTAGES/DISADVANTAGES EXAMPLES TOUCH SCREEN MARKET TECHNOLOGIES CONCUSION
INTRODUCTION A touch screen is an input device ThatAllows Users To Operate a PC By Simplytouching the screen. The Display Screen Has A SensitiveGlass Placed on it And We Could theDesired Input By Touching It. A touch Screen is based on CRT(Cathode Ray Tube) Technology, Thataccepts direct on screen input
HISTORY Historians consider the first touchscreen to be a capacitive touchscreen invented by E.A. Johnson inthe UK around 1965. The inventorinitially developed this technologyfor air traffic control 2002 Microsoft’s Windows XP Tablet
. 2007 Apple’s iPhone (Multi-touch) 1993 Apple’s Newton andIBM’s Simon
WHEN IT IS APPLICABLE ? It allows users to interact directly with what isbeing displayed, rather than indirectly usinga mouse or keyboard Can be used without any intermediatedevice Found in modern smartphones, videogames, pc tablets, navigation systems, etc. ..
ADVANTAGES Touchscreens provide end users anopportunity to interact with the computer,improving the human-computer interfaceand improving the user’s experience. Touchscreens provide an easy to understand,intuitive interface for the human brain. Fumbling with a mouse and keyboard isn’talways the easiest thing to do andtouchscreen technology can help. It SavesTime
DISADVANTAGES Some disadvantages are that the user must be within arms reach of thedisplay, it would be difficult to select small items It can caused you to feel a little electric shocks if you touch the screen withyour wet fingers. They cost more than alternative devices. The screen gets dirty from finger prints. The user has to sit/stand close to the screen.
EXAMPLES These Are The Most Popular Touch ScreenDevicesSMARTPHONES:1. Nokia Lumia2. iPhone3. Samsung S3
.PADS:1. iPad2. Samsung Tab 10.13. Sony Vaio Duo 11 - UltrabookGAMING GEARS:1. Nintendo 3DS2. PS Vita3. Nintendo Wii U
This technology is used atdifferent places like, Gas & Fuel Stations At Cinemas, Restaurants,Airports. In Cars Super Markets
TOUCH SCREEN MARKET Touch screen interfaces are becomingincreasingly common in mobile consumerdevices, such as mobile phones, tablets and e-books. IDTechEx forecasts revenue of the touchscreen market to be US$14bn in 2012 and totriple in the next decade.
TECHNOLOGIES Four different technologies used to make touchscreens today:ResistiveCapacitiveSurface Acoustic Wave (SAW)Infrared LED or Optical
Conclusion As it is very friendly, fast, accurate, easy for the novicesand fun to operate. It has been widely accepted. Today, This Technology is been adopted by computer,mobile users of all abilities because it is innovative, simple. In Future there will be no usage of mouse and keyboardsas they will be replaced by touchscreens for sure. Designers are trying to use touch screen to simplify inputcommands