Multi-Touch Interactive Screen

This is fairly old, but if you haven't seen it yet it's definitely worth checking out.

Video of a guy demonstrating a new touchscreen technology that allows more than one active touch point at once.

Plus, more detailed information

Posted by Torpedoes @ 1/4/2007 09:58  |    9


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Mykola (Level 3 Corporate Drone) @ 1/12/2007 13:35

Lots of mind blowing shit today!!! AWESOME

When will they start selling it :)?

ceddo (Level 7 Ichikyu) @ 1/7/2007 11:39
i saw this ages ago with a guy explaining all the functions and how to use it. He even did a little demo with warcraft 3! kickass.

Torpedoes (Level 2 Peon) @ 1/5/2007 14:48
Hahahaha.. amazing.

Well then, sorry for submitting it again. :)

Monkey 'o Doom (Level 11 Psychopath) @ 1/5/2007 13:53

I really got a laugh out of this. Mainly because of this link.

How's that quote go? Something like this:
History repeats itself,
And time flows like a river.

Dejital (Level 5 Sniper) @ 1/5/2007 13:24
Pixel art would take half as much time!!

Torpedoes (Level 2 Peon) @ 1/5/2007 09:46
Is this what you're talking about?

My studio worked on two giant touchscreen displays for the O'Hare and JFK airports. The client (Accenture, a consulting firm) was still, to this day, the worst client I've ever had.. so the end product was about half as cool as it could've been. Ughgh.. you should've seen early storyboards, that shit was crazy cool when we started working on it.

Funny enough, we also did all of the interface designs for Minority Report (this was slightly before my time). That one got us a lot more work, but most of it was just people asking us to design them stuff "just like Minority Report."

Blueberry_pie (Level 7 General Manager) @ 1/5/2007 02:03
I've seen it before but I enjoyed watching it again. Definately seems like a lot of fun.

sedgemonkey (Level 11 Coelacanth) @ 1/5/2007 01:09
I heard something a few months ago about them putting up some "Minority Report" type display somewhere (maybe Chicago?).

pixelblink (Level 9 Federal Agent) @ 1/4/2007 21:43
Thanks for sharing. That's pretty damned cool, though it'll probably be a good 10 years before it's priced right to sell to the average consumer.
Reminds me of the computer system in Minority Report.

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