Poking at touchscreens in public places has definitely fallen out of fashion. An action that at one time would not have even registered with a person is now the basis for a conscious decision, maybe even a matter of personal debate:
> Who touched that screen before me?
> Has that screen been sanitized?
> What if I infect it for the next person?
> Is this safe?
These are questions we never would have considered 12 months ago. But now they’re common, even normal.
Enter a simply elegant solution to turn touchscreen displays and kiosks into touchless ones. Intel RealSense Touchless Control Software (TCS) is a cost-effective way to transition to touchless systems, and without writing software code or replacing existing displays.