D-Table, multitouch table allows you to surf the internet and make your choices at the touch of a finger. Thanks to the large multitouch interactive surface, D-Table lends itself to the most different uses. The state of the art multitouch technology of touch recognition is used by display multitouch table D-Table by Danilo Cascella, in all the different models of D-Table (D-Square, D-Circle, D-Monster, D-Young, D-Easy and D-Lounge). This multitouch interactive table also allows multiple users to work simultaneously with the multitouch film functionality with 100 touches. Multitouch large format devices are now part of our lives and we find them both in public and private spaces as they offer the possibility of having an interactive area that meets the needs of practicality, safety, energy-saving, optimization of resources and waste reduction. The contemporary and versatile design of all D-Table products is divided into a mix of materials and customizations that are possible tailored to every need choosing from the luxurious finishing options available in solid wood, briarwood, marble, crystal, steel, titanium and carbon fiber for a unique and original style.
D-Table has a customizable niche design as it is designed to coexist in prestigious luxurious environments. D-Table, the multitouch interactive table is available in all sizes, from 32 to 98 inches. The multitouch interactive table works based on the Windows 10 Pro operating system, thanks to which it is possible to download ad-hoc applications. In fact, we have developed D-Table as a plug & play device that can be managed by anyone without previous knowledge. D-Table can also be supplied with customized content management software that allows you to present products, services with images, videos and much more in an interactive way. The software touchscreen makes the customers completely independent, who can easily manage and publish its multimedia contents through a simple and intuitive interface that can be reached remotely. D-Table Luxury Multitouch Table by Danilo Cascella.