Issue 28



22 September 2014

Building on the success of the cloud-based K-Touch iOS and Android application that allows AV installers to easily integrate touch devices as user interfaces in a Kramer-based room control system, the company has released K-Touch 2.0.0, adding more features and compatible apps.


The upgrades include:

  • Android app now supports the same features as its iOS counterpart including improved variables and multi-stage images.
  • Variables – For K-Touch power-users, variables make building complex controls simpler. Almost any aspect of a remote can be controlled by a variable.
  • Multi-state images – Buttons and links now have three appearance states: default, pressed, and selected. Make your user interface more interesting and more interactive. Give your user interface more meaning with source selection indication – all in a single Drawer. The graphics in the three main themes have all been updated with ‘pressed’ states, and activity and source buttons also have ‘selected’ states. Put them in groups so they interact with one another, and use variables for even more effects. Templates will be updated so the Handset Wizard can create handsets with two-state buttons.
  • New Top Drawer – Top Drawers work as ‘pinned’ (static) drawers, since the gesture to open and close a Drawer conflicts with the gesture for iOS Notification Center.

Using the application requires a Kramer Room Controller unit with the required configuration file, as well as designing the dynamic application screens on the Kramer K-touch screen builder.
Once the dynamic application screens are ready, download the K-touch application, sync it with your screens on Kramer’s server and continue to configure the selected controller’s IP properties.

Source: media release

Kramer Electronics Ltd:

Kramer Electronics Australia: (07) 3806 4290 or



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