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World’s Largest Multi-Touch Screen

by Paul Strauss
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HP wowed crowds with this amazing, massive multi-touch display wall at this past week’s Wall Street Journal D5 Conference.

Obscura Digital’s Huge Multitouch Display

The 16 x 8-foot interactive display allowed multiple visitors to simultaneously control audio, video, photos and other multimedia content using their hands to navigate.

The installation was put together by Obscura Digital and commissioned by HP as part of an advertising campaign for the event.

GUI Wiz Darren David was responsible for putting together the user interface using Microsoft’s Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF.) According to David, the entire project was designed, developed an built in just four weeks.

[via Fresh Creation]




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