Research: Autodesk Design on Perceptive Pixel Multi-Touch

You might have seen Jeff Han’s Perceptive Pixel Multi-Touch screens in action on CNN when following the 2008 primaries and caucuses. And he demonstrated the device with Google Earth and some drawing programs.

The video below shows you the potential of Multi-Touch screens with a real world application in computer added design. Autodesk Labs demonstrates the use of their design software with the screen.

They believe multi-touch human-computer interfaces may dramatically change how products, infrastructure, and buildings are designed. More information in one of our earlier posts and at the Perceptive Pixel web site.


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