D-Young is a multitouch experience for millennials. D-Young, the inspiration for this creation is the habits of the young generations between the ages of 18 and 34 defined as Millennials or Generation Y.
The 55 “and 65” versions are equipped with infrared optical touch technology while the 48 “and 85” versions with capacitive touch technology, following a brief explanation of the differences.
The two types of touch most used in the world of Digital Signage, are the Capacitive and the Optical.
The operation of a capacitive touch screen is based on a glass coated on the inner side by conductive layers that, from the moment in which the fingertip occurs (or any conductive object), it senses an alteration of the electric field. This alteration is immediately detected and managed by the management software which assigns the coordinates of the touch.
The advantages of this technology are represented by the maximum protection of the glass layer that protects the technology and guarantees greater resistance to wear over time. Another advantage of these touch devices is the remarkable simplicity of use due to the excellent sensitivity of these displays that do not require strong pressures to operate but only need a slight touch. Unlike optical touch screens, it is immune to changes in ambient light, allows the detection of the amount of pressure on the touch and allows the creation of devices with all-flat shapes.
Inches: 48″, 55″
Resolution: 1920 x 1080 Pixel (Full HD)
Multi-touch: 40 points multi-touch sensor
PCAP projective capacitive
Details 450 cd/m2 V
CPU: Intel Core i5 – i7
GPU: Intel Iris Graphics
RAM: 8 GB – 16 GB
Memory: 240 GB SSD
WiFi: 2.4 GHz, 802.11a/b/g/n
Bluetooth: Bluetooth 4.1
USB: USB 2.0 (TCM55 only)
Audio: 1x Line-Out (TCM55 only)
Frequency: from 50Hz to 60Hz, mono phase
Maximum continuous power: 150W
Operative temperature: from 10 to 35°C
Stockage temperature: from -40 to 47°C
Relative humidity: from 5% to 95% in absence of condense
Operative altitude: tested up to 3.000 m
Typical acoustic prestations, level of sound pressure
(with operator): 12 dBA when idle.
The capacitive touch screen display as well as the advantages also has disadvantages which are represented by a higher cost and a lower transparency compared to the optical one.
The touch screens made with infrared technology, however, consist of a glass surrounded by a series of diodes and sensors positioned along the edges of the screen. Pulses are emitted from the LEDs to form an invisible network of light rays in front of the panel surface. When this link is interrupted by a solid object, the electronic circuit sends the coordinates to the controller. This technology has the advantage of offering very transparent screens and has excellent calibration stability. As a disadvantage, it has poor response speed to touch, problems with changes in brightness and with fingers that draw trajectories that intersect (occlusion). The positioning of the illuminators along the edges requires a frame that protrudes from the screen by a few millimeters.
The constant characteristics that abrupt all the D-Table collections created by Danilo Cascella are the craftsmanship and then, of course, the “Made in Italy” factor, all the multitouch tables are one by one made and assembled by the hands of Italian and specialized artisans computer engineers. All the interactive features, the multitouch application, available on all D-Table models and on the Multitouch Kit and on interactive totems are implemented using capacitive or infrared, optical technology.
D-YOUNG CARBON FIBER
D-TABLE AND TECKNOMONSTER UNVEIL THE MULTITOUCH TABLE IN CARBON FIBER
Two Italian designers, Danilo Cascella for D-Table and Giacomo Valentini for Tecknomonster respectively, combine their talents and creativity into a futuristic design. A multitouch design table, D-Table, featuring unlimited tactile applications and conceived by Danilo Cascella’s pen, in its D-Young version, is enriched with a material boasting extraordinary features such as carbon fiber.