Touchscreens have gone mainstream, on everything from mobile devices to in-store self-service  kiosks. Despite providing convenience and control, the recent pandemic and hygiene considerations are causing users to be wary of public touchscreens. Consumers show a distinct preference for touchless/contactless interactions. New innovations in sensing technology and artificial intelligence  are making contactless interactions a reality



  • Touchless public interfaces: Interactive kiosks, digital out-of-home, elevators
  • Entertainment: Location-based VR/AR experiences, arcades, amusement parks
  • Healthcare: Stroke rehabilitation, training, mirror, medical imaging
  • Therapy and education: Anatomic visualizations, hands-on learning
  • Personnel training: Flight simulators, complex computer systems
  • Industrial design and engineering: Automotive, assembly lines, facilities management
  • Robotics: Telepresence, robotic controls, AI-assisted teaching

KIOSK Cachet JK-3250

The slim and flexible Cachet JK-3250 32” self-service kiosk offers many options to blend into  any retail environment. With a true-flat enclosure, along with a wide range of peripheral options,  the Cachet JK-3250 kiosk can process all the self-service applications.

Features Include:

  • Based on Intel® Core™ i5 processor
  • Simple, slim, and cost-efficient
  • A bright, high definition 32” PCAP touch screen
  • Flexible configurations in wall-mounted, single, or dual-sided operation
  • Reversible printing function that allows the printout to be printed from bottom to the top, so the printout is facing the user in the right direction
  • Designed for easy installation, cable management, and maintenance
  • Integrated with a variety of peripheral options in self-service applications, including 2D scanner, receipt printer, NFC, service indicator, bracket for EMV payment devices, and more.

Ultraleap Touchless Solution Components

Ultraleap Leap Motion Controller™

The Leap Motion Controller is an optical hand  tracking module that captures users’ hand and finger movements. Leap Motion‘s software  helps discern 27 distinct hand elements, including bones and joints, and track them even when they are obscured by other parts of the hand.

Stereo IR 170, the Camera Module

The Stereo IR 170 comes in a smaller form factor and with more advanced features when compared  to the Leap Motion Controller. It is designed for  robust integration into consumer and enterprise grade products and can be retro-fitted to  existing concepts or hardware. The Stereo IR 170 Evaluation Kit is intended for exploration and development purposes

The Ultraleap STRATOS™ Inspire

STRATOS™ inspire is a robust plug-and-play haptic module suitable for creating sophisticated mid air tactile effects for experiential marketing, digital out-of-home installations and locationbased entertainment. It includes both hand  tracking and an array of ultrasonic speakers that  project programmable tactile sensations onto a user’s hands.