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Introduction
MagixTouchtm is a unique technology that can turn any glass surface or existing display into a
Multi-Touch interactive display. Using MagixTouchtm, customers can create fascinating new applications for users to interact with displays intuitively and effortlessly.
The applications for MagixTouchtm are plenty:
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POS (point of sale) Information systems
Way-finding and navigation directories for public locations, shopping malls or any other property Interactive catalogs for shop windows
Entertainment and gaming
Educational (instructional)
Museums and art exhibitions
For corporate board rooms and presentations
Exhibitions and events

Sizes:
All of the below interactive display solutions can be provide at variable sizes of 32”-120”.
Total cost will depend on the requested size.
Touch-screen Table/Kiosk

MagixTouch™ Table / Kiosk

Touch-screen Window

MagixTouch™ Window

TouchMagix Media Pvt. Ltd. e-mail: info@touchmagix.com
RO: 77 MIDC Bhosari, Pune 411026, India. Contact: +91-20-27111000

Content and application creation:
The MagixTouchtm software package that accompanies each of our solutions offers the customer the benefit of several customizable application templates such as an interactive product catalog, 3D wall, page flip and more…
The customer may also use the MagixTouchtm software driver to interact with existing customer applications, web-sites or any other type of interactive presentation.
TouchMagix provides content development services for interactive applications on its platforms or for any other third-party solution, at the highest standard, shortest time-tomarket and most cost-effective rates. Contact us for an immediate proposal on any of your coming application requirements.
The MagixTouchtm technology could be adapted to various installation scenarios and display methods:
Thru-Glass with rear projection
These installations are usually

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