Touchable Furniture Technology Enhances Connection & Interaction

By: Laura McQuarrie - Jun 5, 2015
Just as consumers rely on phones and tablets to put mobile touchscreens at their fingertips, the next iteration of this is becoming scaled up and stationary as part of touchscreen furniture technology.

While many touchscreen devices are intended for solo use, as larger surfaces, the use of screens in public is becoming possible for more than one user at once. This can be seen in high-tech tables that help people order food, explore retail products, or simply carry on individual tasks in the company of others who are doing the same. With their ability to do so much from a single surface, this kind of furniture technology also promises to leave homes and public spaces a lot tidier.

Pizza Hut, Woolite and Kate Spade are just a few of the brands that are making the most of touchscreen furniture.