Sensitivity Training For Computer Screens
For information kiosks, training systems, and retail-sales situations where untrained people must interact with computers, touch-screen technology is often the method of choice. A simple touch of the finger on a menu can tell the computer what to do. Trouble is, touch input has generally required an expensive and specially designed computer monitor.
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