Multi-Touch Interfaces

Do you have a unique new product you wish to showcase and introduce to the public? Are your planning a sales office for a real estate or other concept that you need a unique and inviting sales tool that will engage you client’s interest?

We are experts in the exciting new field of interactive multi-touch applications and content. Ask us about converting your existing content into this dynamic, engaging new platform!

Our partners include Intuilab, CyberTouch, Spinetix, Apple, Samsung, Sony, Sharp, Polycom and Microsoft Surface.

VideoSonic is known for taking on a challenge. We are also known for “not going after the low hanging fruit.” The more difficult the project, the more desire we have to succeed.

Bring us your ideas and concepts and let us demonstrate how we can bring them to reality, within budget, yet maintain a level of quality to provide the dynamics that can benefit your project.

Let us help you to create your space and promote you product and idea – you never know, it may just be our next award winning, critically acclaimed, benchmark for which others will need to set their standards.

"Money in Motion", the Philadelphia Federal Reserve's new financial and historical exhibit opened on July 3rd 2003 and pays tribute to the history of banking, money, and what this important branch of our government is responsible for. Sixteen displays featuring interactive games, rare artifacts, and historical narrative trace the history of money and central banking in our country. VideoSonic provided the technology behind the exhibits, all connected via CAT5 as a network to a centralized control room allowing for easy maintenance and updates as necessary essentially "future proofing" the infrastructure for easy expandability.
“Money in Motion”, the Philadelphia Federal Reserve’s new financial and historical exhibit opened on July 3rd 2003 and pays tribute to the history of banking, money, and what this important branch of our government is responsible for. Sixteen displays featuring interactive games, rare artifacts, and historical narrative trace the history of money and central banking in our country.

VideoSonic provided the technology behind the exhibits, all connected via CAT5 as a network to a centralized control room allowing for easy maintenance and updates as necessary essentially “future proofing” the infrastructure for easy expandability.