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Touch Screen Restaurant Menus Increase Dining Experience
Ordering food in a restaurant via iPad is so 2010. Think beyond the iPad. Imagine a future without waiters, without anyone asking you if you want sparkling or still. Without the condescending glance of a server who thinks they know so much. Imagine sitting down to dinner at a table lit by an overhead projector and interacting with the projections on the table in front of us. Our order? Placed by the swipe of a finger. This is the future of restaurants.

These types of table first introduce London’s “inamo” restaurant called E-Table, the interactive ordering system is designed to give patrons “more control over their dining experience”. A projector, which is installed in the ceiling above each table, projects an interactive menu on the tabletop. Using a touch mouse pad, patrons can navigate the menu, place orders, choose a virtual tablecloth, and project images of each meal on their plates to help them decide which one to get. The system isn’t only for placing orders – patrons can also use it to play video games, call a taxi, or watch the chef prepare their meals via a live webcam! E-Table also offers a lot of perks to the restaurant owners, like reduced staff costs, an increase in customer spending, and a more efficient way to deal with customers.

How it works:
The E-Table system uses overhead projection to deliver a menu and other digital images to a restaurant table-top. Projected images do overlay food dishes in restaurants but the system can be designed as clients want. In fact the restaurants have a clear display no projection over the plate.
There are two touch panels built in to each table, which allow guests to browse the menu, place orders, and interact with the system. This hardware requires custom maid software to operate.
Projection technology means surfaces can be waterproof,…...

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