Monday, February 16, 2009
Coca-Cola Machine - Samsung Showcases Interactive Touch Screen Display
Developed in conjunction with Sapient, Samsung's uVending touch-screen technology brings a whole new level of consumer interaction to automatic vending. The technology uses animation and an interactive menu on its 46-inch display to advertise the product choices within the machine and guide users to make their selection. Demonstrated as part of a multimedia vending machine for Coca-Cola, the technology is also equipped with Wifi for automatic refill ordering and content updates, along with motion sensors and a built-in camera to document attempts at vandalism. Pretty cool...
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Critiques have been raving about the new touch screen technology for a while now. With Apple introducing the iPhone not long ago and other HTC cell phone touch screen models, it really is stirring up a commotion. Which is to say that the commotion isn't really negative. Then again, certain touch buttons can most definitely spark an aggravating fuse in my head just knowing that @ times I'm not really pressing the button myself, it just does it alone! Nevertheless, the invention itself is really extravagant, but when something like this enters the market, as good as it is, change sometimes can be a bit disturbing, at least I think so.
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Saving this to my reading list (you gotta love the new Safari feature on iOS 5!). Great post.... P.S. Happy Friday, everyone :)
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