Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Multi-touch Meeting Room Table

I am currently in the early stages of building a multi-touch meeting room table and a design planning application for the purpose of planning and organising the development of 3D projects.



The multi-touch table will allow 3d visualisation designers to plan and organise the development of projects. They can align design and operational
specifications to 3D models, or they can also organise and plan out storyboards, flowcharts and layouts.


The affordances of multi-touch technology offer a more intuitive and natural interaction with interfaces. There is great potential to develop callaborative applications which take advantage of multi-touch technology.


The hardware setup is (DSI) - Difused Surface Illumination. Below is a video illustrating the DSI setup

video

4 comments:

  1. Many institutions limit access to their online information. Making this information available will be an asset to all.

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  2. The touch tables are integrated with an infrared multitouch technology that allows up to forty touch points. The tables also boast advanced anti-image sticking technology that eliminates ghosting and SmartPower, an energy-saving feature that can cut energy costs by up to fifty percent, thereby reducing the total cost of ownership.

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  3. Meeting rooms are in huge demand these days. Touch tables like this is really a way to allure clients.

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  4. I looked a perfect place for meetings in los angeles. What do you like most in LA venues?

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