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Order Food From An Interactive Tabletop

Order Food From An Interactive Tabletop
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The innovative Draqie touch table presents restaurant menus in a whole new way.

Yi Chen
  • 8 december 2011


The Draqie interactive table features a touchscreen glass that only reacts to fingers and not glasses or plates. The design concept allows customers to see the menu right in front of them and conveniently order from a range of food right at their fingertips. The touch table aims to provide ‘maximum simplicity for every customers’. Besides restaurants, the Draqie touch table is also suitable for waiting halls, reception areas or hotel lobbies where customers are seeking information and interaction.

The table is 0.6 x 0.6 x 0.4 meters and was designed by Milan Kazarka from Slovakia. Kazarka is the owner of Vysoko, a prototype manufacturing production company that create innovative product designs.

Draqie Touch Table

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