Sunday, February 22, 2009

Gesturetek’s Surface Computing Demo


JoshB said...

Ironic that the last voice over is "delivering a rich, interactive experience" on the scene where the guy is holding a button to pan a picture or 3-D view at a painfully slow rate. That's not very rich and could be done on a regular PC. Why not directly swipe the image to pan it?

Touch User Interface said...

Hmm... interesting point. I reviewed the video again. My guess is that GestureTek's interactive display is not so fast enough to recognize the swiping gesture.

Anonymous said...

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