The EcoThreat interactive object table uses sophisticated pattern recognition technology allowing users to navigate information by placing physical household objects, which are tagged with optical markers, onto the table’s glass surface.
The objects are held in 2 recesses, one on each side of the table. Once an object has been placed on the table, a menu appears around it. Next, users rotate the objects to select the desired sub menu/category which is presented with text and images or animations.
The Card Table is durable, resistant to wear and tear and is suitable for use in public spaces. The screen is made from tempered glass.
The EcoThreat interactive object table is a turnkey exhibit which only requires 220V power input. Hidden USB ports allow for the connection of a keyboard and mouse for easy maintenance.
The system is simply turned on and off with a key switch. Lockable access doors on both sides make provision for routine maintenance such as projector filter cleaning.
EcoThreat Object Recognition Table - Gallery