Jan 2, 2009

Two more examples of multi-touch and gesture interaction out in public: Accenture at O'Hare Airport, TacTable

Accenture's Touch Wall at O'Hare Airport
Note: Also posted on the Technology-Supported Human-World Interaction blog.


From the New York Times, photographed by Yana Paskova



Video and Photos from TacTable

The following video shows some applications developed by TacTable. As you can see, many of the applications look like they'd be useful in public spaces, including airports and museums.



Below are some pictures from the TacTable website:


http://www.tactable.com/images/homeimage1.jpg

http://www.tactable.com/images/handsTouchingTableLSC.jpg
Where Did Language Come From? Liberty Science Center, N.J.

http://www.tactable.com/images/AccentureWallMultiTouch.jpg

http://www.tactable.com/images/accenture1.jpg
Accenture Welcome Wall, London, England

http://www.tactable.com/images/sprint.jpg
Sprint Studio Digital Lounge Table

Related:

TacTable Contacts:
USA:
Henry Kaufman
henry@tactable.com


Tinsley Galyean
tinsley@tactable.com


UK:
Graham Cosier
graham@tactable.com


"Clients include Sprint, Accenture, Cirque du Soleil, New York Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), Liberty Science Center, Detroit Institute of Art, Georgia Aquarium, London's Millenium Dome, Boston Museum of Science, Chicago Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago Mercantile Exchange, Warner Brothers, Discovery, Disney, British Telecom Retail, and many others."

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