Durable and rugged infrared touch sensing technology without electromagnetic interference.
Neonode's Touch Interaction uses revolutionary infrared touch sensing technology that brings you 100% image clarity and unrivalled durability. Whether you need a fully customized implementation for your product or are looking for a fast retrofit solution, our products are perfect for a wide range of applications, such as automotive controls, medical devices, avionics, or rugged industrial systems.
Our infrared touch is immune to electromagnetic interference, and can be seamlessly coupled with traditional touch technologies to improve reliance and accuracy on critical applications. Our infrared touch also has the unique ability to make any surface interactive, weather you would like digital touch capabilities on wood, etched glass, metal or even fabric, Neonode provides you with complete design freedom.
Neonode technology is currently deployed in more than 80 million products worldwide.
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How Infrared Touch Works
Neonode Infrared Touch systems emit focused beams of infrared lights to cover an area that overlaps with a display or surface that requires interaction. With impressive responsiveness, the system is able to detect when an object blocks (zForce Blocking) or reflects (zForce Reflective) the light in real-time. Neonode's core IP algorithms can determine the position of the object within a millimeter of accuracy and very high refresh rate.
Neonode Infrared Touch works on any surface, whether it be a digital display, glass, wood, plastic or any other desired façade.Learn More About zForce
How to Implement Infrared Touch
Neonode's Infrared Touch solutions are made available via standardized Touch Sensor Modules, utilizing the zForce Reflective Platform.
For customized implementations we offer a project based solution where optical, software, mechanical and electrical engineering services are offered to tailor Neonode's infrared touch to your product.Get Started with Touch Sensor Module Evaluation