Hard Rock Cafe in Las Vegas recently unveiled a massive 18′ wide by 4′ tall rear-projection, multi-touch, multi-user interactive wall for showcasing its rock’n’roll memorabilia collection. Developed by Obscura Digital, a San Fransisco-based “digital design and technology marketing agency,” the wall uses three 1920 pixel HD projectors along with some serious graphics processing power to render a huge number of images and video clips with live multi-touch manipulation.
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Seeper is a UK-based design firm focusing on multi-touch control installations. You really just have to check out their website and watch the videos…dazzling stuff! Continue reading seeper
Multi-touch control systems, popularized by Apple’s iPhone, and gesture recognition systems, such as the dazzling computer interface that Tom Cruise used in Minority Report, are slowly-but-surely becoming commonplace technology. And these üeber control technologies are finding their way into architectural applications.
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