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A Full-surface multitouch desktop
posted November 30 2010 7:38.49 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Malte Weiss, Simon Voelker and Jan Borchers from the Media Computing Group at RWTH Aachen University and Dr. Christine Sutter from the Department of Work and Cognitive Psychology, are developing the BendDesk, a multi-touch desk environment, that combines a vertical and a horizontal surface with a curve into one large interactive workspace. The user is able to interact with the entire surface with direct manipulation and multitouch gestures. 2 projectors, 3 cameras and some IR LEDs are needed for the BendDesk to operate. Follow this link to see more info.



[Via: core77]    [Link: RWTH Aachen University]
Tags: monitor   experiments   research   commercial   inventions   multitouch   
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