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Touch Screen Technology PRESENTATION

  1. 1. GROUP MEMBERSQasim (LEADER)Zainab (HEAD OFFICE)HumairaRimshaUmer
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  3. 3. OBJECTIVES INTRODUCTION HISTORY WHEN IT IS APPLICABLE ? ADVANTAGES/DISADVANTAGES EXAMPLES TOUCH SCREEN MARKET TECHNOLOGIES CONCUSION
  4. 4. 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
  5. 5. 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
  6. 6. . 2007 Apple’s iPhone (Multi-touch) 1993 Apple’s Newton andIBM’s Simon
  7. 7. 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. ..
  8. 8. 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
  9. 9. 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.
  10. 10. EXAMPLES These Are The Most Popular Touch ScreenDevicesSMARTPHONES:1. Nokia Lumia2. iPhone3. Samsung S3
  11. 11. .PADS:1. iPad2. Samsung Tab 10.13. Sony Vaio Duo 11 - UltrabookGAMING GEARS:1. Nintendo 3DS2. PS Vita3. Nintendo Wii U
  12. 12. This technology is used atdifferent places like, Gas & Fuel Stations At Cinemas, Restaurants,Airports. In Cars Super Markets
  13. 13. 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.
  14. 14. TECHNOLOGIES Four different technologies used to make touchscreens today:ResistiveCapacitiveSurface Acoustic Wave (SAW)Infrared LED or Optical
  15. 15. 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

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