User Interface Settings¶
Customize cursor appearance and Call to Interact displays within the TouchFree Application in User Interface Settings.
Navigate to User Interface Settings from the TouchFree Welcome Screen.
Cursor Settings are visible when the cursor is enabled. These settings are available when any interaction is selected. Hover & Hold uses a different cursor to Air Push and Touch Plane, but these settings will be applied to any cursor regardless.
Cursor size and Cursor ring thickness can be customized to suit your branding, user interface, and preference. The numeric values for size and thickness do not represent real-world units (e.g. cm), they are offered purely to allow adjustment of cursor sizes in a relative way.
Cursor Colour Customization¶
Cursor colour and opacity can be customized using the Custom option in the User Interface Settings screen.
There are two cursor colour Presets (Light and Dark) which result in high-contrast, white and black cursor combinations.
To fully customize the cursor’s colour and the visibility of each of its component parts, select Custom. A colour picker is provided for each cursor element and can be adjusted through sliders (RGBA or HSVA), HEX values, or through an interactive user interface.
Change which element is being customized by selecting it on the left hand side. Additionally, each element of the cursor has an Enable toggle, which shows/hides this element of the cursor with one convenient switch.
Call to Interact (CTI) Settings¶
TouchFree Application includes optional graphics and animations that we refer to as the Call to Interact or CTI.
CTIs display when the kiosk is not in use. They signal to the user that your kiosk is touchless, and help the user understand how to interact with your touchless screen.
In Call to Interact settings you can:
Select which CTI file to use.
Select the trigger to hide the CTI.
Configure the inactivity activation timer.
A static image (.png) or movie file (.webm or .mp4) can be added as a CTI overlay.
You can select how the CTI is hidden – either by the user performing the specific interaction type you have chosen, or by any hand presence.
If enabled, the CTI will be shown after a period of inactivity to encourage users to interact with the kiosk.
Example Ultraleap CTI video files are included for reference.
For information on designing your own Call to Interact and providing instructional information, please refer to our Design Guidelines.