MultiTouch Ltd. Interactive Display At CES 2012

The MT550W7 is the second product released using MultiTouch’s MultiTaction platform, which was released in 2011, and first in the line of Embedded products optimized for single-display installations. MultiTaction builds on MultiTouch’s patented optical imaging technology Computer Vision Through Screen for multitouch displays and provides the world’s most advanced set of touch, gesture and object recognition capabilities. The MultiTaction Cell 55” is a Full HD display that is four inches deep on the sides and eight inches deep in the middle, can accommodate unlimited numbers of touch points and an unlimited number of concurrent users with full hand recognition.

The new 55” Embedded MultiTaction Cell is targeted for demanding public installations in retail space, museums, and exhibitions. The combination of the advanced interaction features and ultra-fast 200 fps tracking enable the most engaging interactive user experiences to be developed and deployed. Full networking capabilities allow for cloud applications, social network integration as well as remote management and monitoring.

MultiTouch Ltd. Unveils Industry’s Most Advanced Interactive Display At CES 2012

The MT550W7 includes support for the industry’s widest range of development tools, including the MultiTouch Cornerstone software development kit (SDK), Microsoft Surface 2 SDK, and all TUIO-compatible tools. An external computer with Windows, Linux or Mac can also be used to connect multiple Cells into ever-larger installations.
The MT550W7 is the first embedded interactive display to use the 2nd generation of Intel Core family of processors, which enable faster response to multiple touches.


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