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This large multi-input touch screen allows for all of the fingers to manipulate objects and navigate space in an intuitive manner.

(video of the screen in action, with a soundtrack that sounds like “Who Am I” by Peace Orchestra)

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  1. Trajan K 111 months ago | reply

    i saw the video. can't wait too see when this is in mass production.

  2. Sam Scholes 111 months ago | reply

    I like Peace Orchestra

  3. AndrewNZ 111 months ago | reply

    Quite amazing. I'd like one of those, funnily enough. Minority Report tag is not far wrong at all. All you'd need is a little bit of holographic projection - and how far off can that really be from where we are now - and you'd be faced with the real thing.
     

  4. bc2 [deleted] 111 months ago | reply

    the point is that you can use 2 fingers at the same time. wonderful :)

  5. zenera 111 months ago | reply

    amazing, quite scary...

  6. TheAlieness GiselaGiardino²³ 111 months ago | reply

    The emergence of the usage of 2 fingers in technology is the epitome of the fusion of "Binary" and "Digital". We are witnessing in fact the emergence of the new paradigm: The "Biniral" era. 0-)

    Bapt, btw, Steve´s Children of Uganda reminded me of yours from Côte d´Ivoire.

    ♪♫ ...Coupé-Decalé... ♪♫

    :D

  7. BenODen 111 months ago | reply

    Ooh, that looks cool. Fingerprints would be something to overcome though.

  8. bc2 [deleted] 111 months ago | reply

    certainly, the phone just ringed, and my friend at work told to me, "hey bapt, look the screen" (our tv screen) ... they were showing this multi touch screen as I was talking yesterday about it because of your picture :)

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