Interactive Table

interactive Table

T1V’s Interactive Tables transform public spaces into more dynamic environments. Our tables are designed for multiple users and are incredibly durable to withstand a lot of activity. Because we know that no two businesses are alike, we have a variety of hardware and software options to meet your specific needs.

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T1V Interactive Table

The benefits

  • Easy to learn, navigate and use for both customers and sales teams
  • Table format comes with standard stand or can be bespoke
  • Provides an engaging experience for customers, serving content personal totheir requirements
  • Reusable and mobile; when a site is sold out can be re purposed to another
  • 5 working day setup from assets provided (floorplans, CGIs, brochure files etc)
  • Rental and outright sale methods are available

T1V Interactive Table – Selection:

If you’re thinking of investing in a touchscreen table but you don’t know where to start, you’ve come to the right place. From kiosks to dining tables, our interactive software works with a range of styles and sizes for you to consider. Follow this guide and you’ll be well on your way to finding the perfect solution for you.
1. Function
One of the first things to establish is how your touchscreen table will be used. Will it be for entertainment? Corporate meetings? Self-serve product look-up / order fulfillment? Depending on the use, you will want to choose (or create) a furniture design that will help you achieve this.
2. Structure
The function will dictate the basic structure your table will take. Typically, large touchscreens on flat surfaces are better for group use, while small kiosks with slanted screens are more appealing to cases where users will be entering personal information, such as payment details, as it offers more privacy.
3. Size + Scale
Once you’ve decided on the basic structure, it’s time to pick a screen size and scale. Would your function be better served with a series of individual tables with small screens, a conference table with a single screen, or bar with multiple screens? Here is where the software will come into play – while our multitouch solutions allow for multiple users to use the same screen at once, some solutions, such as ThinkHub collaboration software, are designed for group use and best experienced on large screens where multiple people can contribute at once.
4. Style
Next comes the style – the look and feel – of your table. You can choose from our standard designs, or create your own. We have helped customers to integrate our software technology into a variety of integration options ranging from retail, collaboration, bar/countertop – even billiards tables!
5. Accessories
After you’ve decided what your table will look like, you’ll want to consider any accessories you’ll need to complete your solution. Here are some accessories our customers have used in the past:

  • Media Screen
  • Bar Code Scanner
  • QR Code Scanner
  • Credit Card Reader
  • USB Port
  • Web Cam
  • Keyboard and Mouse
  • “Smart” visual sensors
  • AirConnectâ„¢ wireless device sharing

T1V Interactive Table inRetails:

What’s the big deal about touchscreens in retail? Sure, they attract an audience, but how much value can they really bring to a brick and mortar store? If well-designed and integrated into a store’s operations, touchscreens can help to bridge the gap between the physical and the digital to create a one-of-a-kind experience. They can also track valuable metrics such as sales and shopper behavior.

Let’s look at five ways touchscreens have helped retailers to improve in-store experiences for their shoppers, and to create a truly Omni channel environment:


Increase ROI and drive brand sales with a touchscreen that allows customers to view your entire catalogue – not only what is in the store. Touchscreens even tie-in with POS systems, so if a customer sees something they like, they can buy it instantly and directly from the touchscreen. All of this information – product views, searches, and conversions – is captured so retailers can optimize the buyer’s in-store journey.


Improve your customers’ shopping experience by providing them with an engaging tool to learn more about your brand, your product offerings, and to deliver amemorable experience that will give customers a reason to keep coming back to the physical store.


Is your brand active on Twitter? Facebook? Instagram? Let people view what others are saying about your brand and spread the word from their own social media accounts. When content is housed on a touchscreen, everything is just one tap away from sharing.


Lessen the idle time shoppers experience in your store by providing them with a platform to view products, learn about your brand, and ultimately stay entertained while they wait. We’ve found that when given the proper tools, customers can lead their own brand discovery through the convenience of our endless aisle shopping application, OneShop.


Touchscreens don’t have to replace sales associates – they can assist them. Associate-guided touchscreens allow customers to view an array of products beyond those in the physical store without losing the human interaction. Based on what a customer views on the touchscreen, associates can providerecommendations, answer questions, offer testimonials – even present customers with previews of exclusive products for presale.