Who We Are
Layer Logic was founded in 2016 with the goal of making collaboration simple, seamless and spontaneous. The digital workplace is only as effective as the tools it uses. The more seamless the technology, the more effective the collaboration. And in today’s world of BYOD, that seamless integration is getting harder and harder to find. The result? Precious meeting time is wasted trying to connect laptops, hunt down the missing remote, download the necessary software, and figure out the correct input on the display monitor.
The CoreTouch appliance is designed to remove these obstacles by providing a simple and inexpensive way to integrate up to four computer or video sources that are simultaneously touch-interactive into any touchscreen. There is no software to download, no remote needed to change inputs, you simply swipe and share.
Bring your own device regardless of the operating system. Bring your own data, your own applications, whatever you use, every day, can be operated through touch, giving you instant access to information.
The Evolution of Layer Logic, Inc.
The future founders of Layer Logic were frustrated with the limitations of current touch-enabled video walls. What was the point of making such a huge investment if you could only control one input at a time? Why couldn’t all the inputs be simultaneously controlled through touch?
Sensing an opportunity, Layer Logic is formed to enhance collaboration in the digital workplace. The vision? Develop video wall control software that allows for simultaneous control of all sources connected to a touch-enabled video display wall.
Cobalt video wall control software is released for the Christie Spyder X20. Cobalt’s unique pop-up menu allows users to dynamically control every input connected to the Spyder X20 simultaneously through touch. Users can add sources, move them anywhere on the wall, and access them at any time through touch. Presets allow users to quickly change layouts.
Atlas, our video wall control software for Datapath’s wall controllers is released. Like Cobalt, Atlas enables all sources connected to the wall controllers to remain individually interactive.
As touchscreen technology continues to improve, including capabilities like 4K and quad-view layout of four sources, the problem remains that only one source at a time is touch-interactive. Layer Logic begins developing an appliance that brings the most mission critical parts of Cobalt and Atlas to a single display panel, at a much lower cost. The appliance is named CoreTouch.
CoreTouch is released in beta, providing a simple and inexpensive way to integrate up to four computer or video sources that are simultaneously touch-interactive into any touchscreen. There is no software to download, no remote needed to change inputs, you simply swipe and share.