AMX Transforms Browser Into A Touch Panel
According to the company, the Modero NXV-300 offers a touch panel interface from remote locations – the back of the room, across the campus or anywhere over the Internet.
This small rack-mountable device allows users to access their system via any PC or Mac via Virtual Network Connection (VNC).
Users simply navigate to the device using a browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox and Safari for PCs and Firefox and Safari for Macs) and login with a username/password.
Except for viewing the device in a browser window and interacting with a mouse, everything looks and works exactly the same as using any Modero Touch Panel. And the NXV-300 is easily configured for viewing. It is viewable in two resolutions, 800×480 and 480×272, which allows the use of many existing touch panel page files.
The Modero Virtual Touch Panel NXV-300 is available for $1,850 (excluding GST).