All of them. Well, ok, 99.9% of them.
For displays connected to Windows 10 and 11 PCs, what is most important to note is whether the display uses either the Windows HMI or TUIO protocol to communicate touch events. Such a significant majority of touch displays support one or both protocols that our usual answer is we're display agnostic and can work with anything. Certainly, if it says"Windows Plug-and-Play" or "Windows 10/11 Compliant", it will work with Intuiface.
Put differently, if you shut your eyes and throw a dart into a room full of random displays, it is going to hit a display supported by Intuiface
Here's an incomplete list of supported touch display providers on which Intuiface has been used
- Samsung SSP
Some recommendations if you are planning to buy a new touch device:
- Try to test the device with Intuiface before you buy it
- Check that your touch device is working correctly if you are having problems using it with Intuiface.
- Still having trouble? Ask Support.
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