Pegg is an automated touch simulator for interactive displays. Whilst the initial design brief was focused on mobile gaming, it has proven useful in other applications such as photography and the Amazon Flex app.
The functionality of the unit has progressed to include different speed settings, allowing it to be flexible to the requirements of the application its being used with, and has recently expanded its range to add black as a secondary colour option.
iterign has supported Pegg from its initial concept, by evolving the design and producing multiple electronic test rigs to ascertain the most efficient method of simulating a finger on a touchscreen. Early in-house FDM prints were used to test initial clip and form designs, before SLS prints were produced to house the electronics for a fully functioning prototype.
Following manufacture, we have helped provide distribution and fulfilment support at the early stages of the companies launch.
Our team will have a look at the information you provide us and produce a detailed quote for you.
We may then invite you in for a free initial meeting at our offices near Reading in Berkshire at the start of your iterign live project, where we can explore your project requirements, and help you to define the project brief.
We will always send you an NDA (non-disclosure agreement) before entering into any detailed discussions, to ensure your intellectual property is correctly protected.
When you're happy with everything, we'll get straight to work on your project providing regular updates so you can check in on its progress.