Feb 24, 2011

NCSU D.H. Hill Library has a Perceptive Pixel Multitouch Display (updated)

NCSU 'sandbox' lets students touch the technology
Jay Price, Charlotte Observer, 2/22/11

"The Perceptive Pixel display wall, which was switched on this week, is the $100,000 centerpiece of the new Technology Sandbox at the D.H. Hill Library. The sandbox is a room of cutting-edge, interactive hardware that's aimed partly at familiarizing students with the latest high-tech hardware, particularly large displays and gesture-based computing. It was paid for with a federal grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services that is administered by the State Library of North Carolina."

Credit: Corey Lowenstein - clowenst@newsobserver.com

Technology Sandbox introduces NCSU students to latest gadgets
WRAL Techwire, 8/25/10
New Learning Spaces for New Learning Styles (pdf)
Terry B. Hill, Mohan Ramaswamy,  NCSU


North Carolina State University Libraries
Perceptive Pixel

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