#CES MultiTouch’s Multi-User Asymmetric Wall

Gail Chiasson, North American Editor

MultiTouch Ltd., developer of modular multi-touch LCD screens for large-scale displays, is showcasing a range of new multitouch applications at #CES in Las Vegas this week.

Manipulating a high-res image

The company is highlighting one of the largest asymmetric multi-user touch walls, the MultiTaction Oblique Wall, which is comprised of the company’s MultiTaction Cell 55” LCD displays at booth #15512.

The MultiTaction Oblique Wall, one of several MultiTouch products on display, measures 13’ long and 9’ high, and features six MultiTaction Cell 55” units. it will run a multi-user visualization application built on MultiTouch Cornerstone SDK, a toolset designed for building multi-display multitouch applications.

“Multi-user multitouch experiences are now part of the lexicon for designers and developers worldwide, and our booth at CES 2012 displays concept implementations of multitouch applications that explore a wide range of possibilities using our products,” says Timo Korpela, general manager of MultiTouch Americas. “We want to spark a greater level of ideation from the creative community with our new line of MultiTaction Cell products, and ourdemos characterize just a few of the myriad concepts that we believe will gain greater adoption in the coming year.”

The MultiTaction Cell 55” is available now for orders direct from MultiTouch or through MultiTouch resellers around the world.

One Response to “#CES MultiTouch’s Multi-User Asymmetric Wall”

  1. Harry van der Veen Says:

    I love their systems, they are great performance (better than MS Surface for example). Played around with it at CES, good fun. Great job they did.

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