touchscreen jukebox...anyone built one?

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i can get some industrial 15" touch screens pretty cheap and have been comissioned to build a touch screen juke box for someone, just wondering if anyone has any recomendations for software to use on one that they have used.

cheers

p.s. for those that are interested its gonna be based around a minit itx atom systems.
 

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i can get some industrial 15" touch screens pretty cheap and have been comissioned to build a touch screen juke box for someone, just wondering if anyone has any recomendations for software to use on one that they have used.

cheers

p.s. for those that are interested its gonna be based around a minit itx atom systems.

Lots of options here:

Jukebox Software - BYOACWiki

I have used DWJukebox in the past. That has touchscreen support
 

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Hey Cheeky Monkey are any of those touch screen available for sale mate
 

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Im sorry no, i am buying them off someone else, i can pick them up for £80 each. SO if you want me to pickone up for you, if you pay postage, i`ll get you one.

touchscreen.jpg


comes with PSU and vga lead.

possibly going up tomorrow to pickup, so if interested let me know, they are meant to weigh 9.5 kilos, so faily hefty.
 

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Thanks for the reply, sounds good but I wonder what I would use it for, I really would like a bigger one so that I could make a touch screen dj console :)

Do you know where I can get a bigger size one from.

Thanks again
 

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Thanks I give it a google

Nice one
 

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well, got the screens , very nice, but also very heavy. built to last, i forgot i had a couple of thin clients from an oldretail place knocking about, couple fo decent HP t5720`s knocking about, so excellant basis for the box and the same thickness as the screen, so excellant for boxing in. My only problem is going to be making it actually look good........................which is where my mate comes in who`s a joiner ;)
 

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dont forget to post the finished result mate, be good to see!
 

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Yes mate I am looking forward to seeing this :)
 

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Good luck I have been looking at building these for some time, and looking out for a screen, but if she found I spend a ton on a screen for a project she would kill me:Doc:
 

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ill post some photos later, joiners coming round gonna give him a screena and a thin client to take with him (lol i bought 3x screens, got them for £60 each, screens are solid , armoured also resistive touch so absolute whopper of a bargain).

basically gonna have screen, thin client, 4 gang plug adapter , external hdd, usb wireless card, powered speakers all built into it................
 

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Sounds nice already :)
 
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