GestureTek® to Showcase 42”LCD Multi-Touch Table and 70” Freestanding Multi-Touch Display at InfoComm 2010New technology compatible with Microsoft Surface Toolkit for Windows TouchInfoComm 2010LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--GestureTek, award-winning inventor and long-time pioneer of gesture control systems, announced it will showcase its new GestTable™, a 42” LCD multi-touch surface computing solution, along with the new GestDisplay™, a 70” turnkey freestanding multi-touch unit, at InfoComm 2010 in Booth N1870. The technologies will run new multi-touch applications for retail, advertising and public spaces. InfoComm runs June 9 to 11 at Las Vegas Convention Center. “Our hardware innovations nicely compliment our deep insight into all forms of advanced display and digital signage applications, particularly multi-touch, immersion, 3D vision, mobile device interactivity, object recognition, motion and object tracking, and even face tracking”Sleek, Stylish, Modular LCD Multi-Touch Table in High DefThe GestTable is a 42” LCD multi-touch unit featuring high-definition 1920 x 1080 p resolution with a 16:9 aspect ratio, a precise and responsive tracker and an ultra-speedy response time, with multiple cameras running at 100 frames per second. The shallow panel less than 10” deep can be sold separately, dropped into a turnkey table or built into custom furniture. Units can also be locked together in modular format to enable large images to be presented across multiple screens. Systems are also designed for vertical presentation using a standard LCD TV mount. In addition to supporting Windows 7 HID (Human Interface Device), TUIO and NUITEQ’s latest Snowflake Suite Release 1.9.1, the GestTable is also compatible with the Microsoft Surface Toolkit for Windows Touch. This means that developers experienced in Microsoft Surface can easily create multi-touch content and applications to run on the GestTable.Turnkey Freestanding Multi-Touch with Extra Large Screen and Extra Slim BaseThe new GestDisplay 70” MT is a freestanding vertical multi-touch display that features a large-format screen with a 70” diagonal surface and a streamlined base that measures just 22” deep. This turnkey, plug and play unit produces bright, clear, crisp multi-media imagery, even in harsh lighting environments. With virtually no frame or technology to be seen, images appear to be floating in free space. Attractive, eye-catching and easy to set up just about anywhere, the system functions both as ready-made digital signage for branding and advertising, and as an easy-to-use interactive information presentation system, for way-finding or retrieving product information. Most notably, it employs the natural dynamics of gesture and multi-touch. The GestDisplay supports the same output techniques as the GestTable, including the Microsoft Surface Toolkit for Windows Touch, Windows 7 HID and TUIO.Full Suite of Turnkey, Plug and Play Interactive Display Products Now AvailableGestureTek’s GestTable LCD multi-touch table, GestDisplay vertical multi-touch system and Cube™ portable interactive floor, represent GestureTek’s full suite of turnkey, plug and play interactive display solutions. They are easy to set up, easy to use and easy to maintain. All technologies feature multi-patented, award-winning gesture control software from GestureTek.“Our hardware innovations nicely compliment our deep insight into all forms of advanced display and digital signage applications, particularly multi-touch, immersion, 3D vision, mobile device interactivity, object recognition, motion and object tracking, and even face tracking,” says Vincent John Vincent, Co-Founder and President of GestureTek.GestureTek Shares Expertise in 3D Vision for Attractions and Large-Format DisplaysSystems integrators, exhibit fabricators, designers and content developers attending InfoComm are encouraged to visit the GestureTek booth to find out more about how GestureTek is using multi-touch and 3D depth-sensing technology to bring attractions to life.Several successful installations use GestureTek’s proprietary multi-touch interface to add a collaborative element to the user experience. Other successful installations use GestureTek’s patented custom 3D vision tracker to create a virtual reality environment where guests can interact in free space with on-screen computer-generated characters, avatars or real-time video images of themselves.“The burgeoning roster of flagship organizations that have used GestureTek technology – including LG Electronics, Clearwire, Old Navy, Hugo Boss, Pennzoil, Walt Disney World, CNN, Pepsi, Vodafone, Sony, Samsung, Intel and Gillette – is testimony to GestureTek’s long-time pioneer status and successful focus on solving difficult computer vision problems to power robust industrial, enterprise and consumer applications,” adds Vincent.
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If you have to ask how much, it's probably too much for you :P (jk)
But yea, pretty awesome though.
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I could see them using these efficiently at aquariums, or a history museum. It would be cool to interact with historical people, events, animals, etc. And I am more than sure kids would love it.
I just recently went to the intrepid in NYC and they had installed these interactive touchscreen tables, allowing to click on parts of the ship, and even interact with a timeline.
it would be even neater if it were a 70" coffee table!
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