Tuesday, January 17th 2012

Ideum Releases New Professional Level Integrated Multitouch Wall Display

Ideum has announced the release of its new MT65 Presenter multitouch wall display. The MT65 Presenter is a huge 65" interactive display with a 3D LCD, robust multitouch sensor, ultra‐clear tempered glass, a powerful integrated computer, built‐in audio, and webcam housed inside a hardened aluminum case.

The MT65 Presenter features a 65" 3D LCD display with full 1920x1080 HD resolution and flicker‐free FPR 3D imaging that uses an LED backlight rated for 50,000 hours. The integrated touch sensor supports up to 32 simultaneous touch points. The 4" thin Presenter is protected by hardened 3mm tempered glass and a vandal‐proof metal housing.

The integrated computer system is powerful and efficient. The CPU is a Hyperthreaded Quad Core Intel Core i7 2720QM (6M cache, 2.2Ghz) with 8GB of RAM, 256GB SATA Solid State Hard Drive, and a discrete GeForce GTX 460 GPU.

The MT65 Presenter includes built‐in WIFI, Bluetooth, and Ethernet connectivity. It also features stereo speakers, an external HD webcam with Carl Zeiss optics and a stereo microphone. The Presenter has HDMI input/output that allows you to easily mirror the device's display, or it can receive input from another device.

An optional locking plate secures the Presenter's Ethernet, HDMI, 3.5mm Audio in/out, and USB 2.0 ports against unwanted access. Similar to Ideum's MT55 Series of multitouch tables, the Presenter features single‐button operation. Just plug it in and turn it on.

"We design integrated systems that are easy to install and maintain, and that are practically indestructible, even in busy public environments," says Jim Spadaccini, CEO of Ideum. "The MT65 Presenter is perfect for public spaces, it has a huge LCD display that's over 2.5 times larger than Microsoft's Surface 2.0. It is also more than three times faster than the Surface and can work in just about any lighting environment."

The MT65 Presenter ships with a lifetime license for GestureWorks 3 SDK, and several demo applications. GestureWorks 3 for ActionScript provides streamlined authoring for multitouch tables, walls, kiosks, desktops, tablets, and embedded devices.

The Presenter is multitouch‐enabled from start up and runs Windows 7 Professional 64‐bit. A new Linux version, coming March 2012, will provide developers with new authoring and deployment options. Ideum's current line of multitouch tables, the MT55 Platform and Pro, will also be available with Linux support in March.

Price (MSRP): Starting US $17,450.

For more information, visit the product page.
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6 Comments on Ideum Releases New Professional Level Integrated Multitouch Wall Display

#1
Completely Bonkers
Starting US $17,450 for just 1920x1080. :shadedshu

Do NOT show me mapping software on such a poor resolution! It beggars belief!

Now here was an opportunity for an innovative and hi-tech product. But no. Opportunity missed.
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#2
DrPepper
The Doctor is in the house
by: Completely Bonkers
Starting US $17,450 for just 1920x1080. :shadedshu

Do NOT show me mapping software on such a poor resolution! It beggars belief!

Now here was an opportunity for an innovative and hi-tech product. But no. Opportunity missed.
Well it supports 32 touches and 3d so I'd say it's not bad.
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#3
Marv
But 1920x1080 at 65"? Great PPI for a display where they show all the users close up. Plus for use with detailed mapping, you'd want a high PPI display.
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#4
Prima.Vera
Here we go again...:banghead::banghead:


But I have to wonder, isn't 32 touch points to little for that big display? I am not sure, but how many points do the smartphones on the market have, anyone knows?
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#5
tigger
I'm the only one
I would guess for a smartphone 5-10 at most.
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