Research: Perceptive Pixel’s multi-touch display (2)

There is a new video of Jeff Han’s latest multi-touch display online. The display can be manipulated intuitively with the fingertips and responds to varying levels of pressure.

It looks like that we might build one of these displays for an upcoming project soon. Watch this space for more detailed information…

Click on the image for the jump (multimedia).

link to video

More information:
Perceptive Pixel

via: TechEBlog

Update 20070330: There is another video now online with Jeff Han commenting and providing a demo at the TED 2007 conference

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