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Benefits of Adopting HoloTouch® Technology

HoloTouch® human-machine interface (“HMI”) technology is unique and widely patented.

We help companies missing out on competitive opportunities or losing ground against competitors because their products aren’t sufficiently different from others in the marketplace.  When existing R&D is too slow to develop products that will give companies a leg up over their competitors or companies have reduced internal R&D commitments, HoloTouch technology is easily available to make the difference in the bottom line.

Touchless controls using HoloTouch technology vastly exceed capabilities of conventional human-machine interfaces and outperform them.  HoloTouch technology customized to your products sets them apart from those of your competitors by solving the following problems:

There are no practical barriers to using HoloTouch technology to improve and enhance many types of electronic equipment, such as automotive, banking, factory-floor, gaming, kiosk, leisure, medical, military, personal and home electronics and toy products, just to mention a few sectors.

Our research and development has shown how easily HoloTouch technology can be customized to your particular application or device – intuitive, touchless controls with no moving parts.  We can work with you to design actuation and control devices and technology products involving the actuation and control of equipment utilizing interaction with a holographic image.


John D. Fisher, MD, FACC, FESC, Director, Arrhythmia Services, Professor of Medicine, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, on the advantages of using HoloTouch® in the medical workplace:

The limitations of present technology are very apparent in operating rooms and cardiac catheterization and electro-physiology laboratories. These are the places in hospitals where angioplasties, pacemaker implantations, and procedures for abnormal heart rhythms are performed. The advantages HoloTouch® technology offers the medical profession are immediately apparent. For example, the physician completing an angiogram and/or conducting angioplasty must be able to quickly see the visual record of the patient’s condition at various times since the beginning of the procedure. The physician must speak into a microphone in the operating room (or lab) to communicate with a technician outside the sterile/radiation area in order to view images of previous steps in the procedure on a monitor poised on a shelf or gantry over the operating table. This separates the physician and other healthcare workers in the operating room from direct control of this vital equipment and information because a computer keyboard cannot be effectively sterilized. Under the existing system, the physician does not have the direct control of the equipment needed for most effective management. Instructions are also subject to delay and possible misinterpretation by the outside technician. HoloTouch® technology would allow healthcare workers to directly control essential electronic or mechanical equipment in our healthcare facilities because interacting with its holographic images of control surfaces floating in the air at a convenient location requires touching nothing, and neatly solves both control and hygiene problems.

Dr. Fisher’s views are his own and do not represent the official views of either Montefiore Medical Center or the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.

Other Quotes:

Here’s what others have to say about HoloTouch and its founder:

“McPheters is venturing boldly where no man has gone before (kioskmarketplace.com)

“most innovative human-machine interface featured (in our magazine) during the past year (Control Engineering Magazine)

“the true bleeding edge of display technology (Electronic Design Magazine)

“firm turns science fiction into reality (Fairfield County Business Journal)