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MultiTouch Demonstrates the Next Generation in Touchscreen Displays at Infocomm 2010Demonstrates World`s First Asymmetrical MultiTouch Display; Shows Stackable 46-Inch Multitouch Displays (June 07, 2010) MultiTouch, Ltd., developer of the world�s first modular multi-touch LCD screen for large-scale displays, will demonstrate its massive multi-user multi-touch displays at the Infocomm 2010 trade show in Las Vegas, in Booth #402 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, from Wednesday, June 9 to Friday, June 11. The event marks the first time that MultiTouch will show its full product line in public in the U.S. The company offers the industry�s first large-array LCD multitouch displays, through its patented imaging system.
MultiTouch has successfully installed its systems in public displays for the likes of Lincoln Motors and T-Mobile, as well as the Chilean pavilion at the Expo Shanghai China 2010.
At Infocomm, MultiTouch will demonstrate three separate installations that highlight the company�s unique design and engineering expertise:
- A 4x46� MultiTouch wall that shows the stackability of individual MultiTouch displays into expanding touch walls A 3x46� MultiTouch table, installed asymmetrically, configured to read 2D tags on a MultiTouch table A single 46� MultiTouch station on Windows 7 that is capable of running Microsoft Surface applications
To set up an appointment with MultiTouch at Infocomm 2010, send an e-mail to [email protected]. MultiTouch�s patented computer vision system is complemented by software that elegantly translates touch into the programming experience. MultiTouch presented the first native Windows 7 multitouch applications for its MultiTouch Cell displays at CES 2010, and the new release of its Cornerstone software supports a wide array of programming languages and development environments and protocols, including C++/OpenGL; Adobe Flash/Flex/Air; .NET; Microsoft Visual Studio; Silverlight, TUIO and XML stream, among others.
The MultiTouch Cell displays enable multiple users to manipulate images on the displays - whether playing games, resizing maps, pictures, or videos � by tracking the actual fingers and hands, for richer interaction. The modular MultiTouch displays can be configured as stand-alone 32-inch or 46-inch units, or can be stacked for large-scale commercial/industrial displays. The company�s patented high-performance system tracks an unlimited number of hands on the screens at 120 frames per second, in bright daylight and dark environments. The MultiTouch Cell is a modular and stackable LCD cell with built-in multiuser and multitouch capabilities with full HD 1920x1080 pixel resolution per display.
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About MultiTouch Ltd.
MultiTouch is a leading developer of interactive display systems, based on proprietary software and hardware designs. The company is headquartered in Helsinki, Finland, with U.S. offices in Santa Clara, California and New York City. Its systems are currently in use in more than 27 countries around the globe. For more information, please visit www.multitouch.fi.
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