Users press buttons like they would on a normal touchscreen, but interact with a beam of light
For anyone who is in dire need of moisturizer for the effects of alcohol-based hand sanitizers, Holo Industries has a solution. Contactless systems company they ensure that no germs are transferred between customers. Each order comes to life thanks to holographic menus.
In recent months, the restaurant has tried to buffer with interactive menus to be loaded with your smartphone by framing a QR Code, but it is not the same thing.
How holographic menus work
Users press buttons as they would on a normal touchscreen, but interact with a beam of light. With each press of a button, the holographic menus release an audio confirmation of the interaction just made.
The system is enclosed in an aluminum frame designed to be mounted flush with the surfaces for easy and discreet use.
Companies interested in this type of solution are encouraged to test a demo version of the holographic menus and then work with Holo Industries to finalize the hologram for the point of sale and self-service kiosks.
Holographic menus can be the new backbone of catering establishments
Holo Industries can wire and manufacture the devices or supply the technology to a company's preferred supplier. Demo devices are currently available across North America and Europe, and the company is looking for expansion investments.
Innovators are creating a host of new ways to stay safe while returning to a more active social life.