#InfoComm11 MultiTouch, Booth 4382

Gail Chiasson, North American Editor

MultiTouch Ltd., Helsinki-based developer of the what is believed to be the first modular multi-touch LCD screen for large-scale displays, will demonstrate the latest innovations in large-scale multi-user, multitouch displays for digital signage applications in the Digital Signage Pavilion in the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida June 15-17.

MultiTouch, which launched in the U.S. last year, recently introduced a new platform, MultiTaction, which will enable display developers to create multi-user, multitouch displays for screens ranging from 32” to 100” and beyond. MultiTaction builds on MultiTouch’s patented imaging technologies for multitouch displays, and provides what may be the world’s most advanced set of touch capabilities.

MultiTouch has, in the past year, introduced:

MultiTouch will show both table and wall configurations of its recently-introduced Multitouch Cell 46 Advanced, the leading multiuser multitouch display designed for retail and digital signage applications. The MultiTouch Cell 46 Advanced is a 46” display that, at only 30 cm (12”) deep, and 37 kg (82 lbs), is designed for standard VESA mounting for more flexible public installation.

Introduced to the global market in 2009, the original MultiTouch Cell product family has been sold in more than 30 countries, and The Cell products are used for broadcast, retail, advertising, exhibitions, museums, education and design. The new MultiTouch Cell 46 Advanced is designed for high-resolution HD applications, and can be programmed for sophisticated augmented reality applications, including 2D barcode, tag, and marker readers.

NanoMarkets estimates that touch-screen displays will grow in market revenue from $2.2 billion USD in 2010 to $3.4 billion in 2014, and that digital signage and computer monitors will account for the fastest-growing segments in this market.

To set up a meeting/demo with MultiTouch contact: Chris Pfaff at chris@chrispfafftechmedia.com or +1-201-218-0262.

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