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MultiTouch Announces First Fully Integrated 42", 55" Windows 8 Interactive Displays

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MultiTouch Ltd has announced the launch of 42" and 55" MultiTaction Cell multitouch displays, fully integrated with Windows 8. The new MultiTaction Cell 42" (MT420W8) and 55" (MT550W8) with Embedded Windows 8 on Intel Core i7 are the first large-format displays available with a built-in touch user interface –and the first to support simultaneous use of unlimited touch with hands, the new Windows 8 native pen tracking and real life object interaction.

The addition of Windows 8 makes MultiTaction an even better proposition for clients seeking large integrated Windows 8 devices particularly suitable for use in public spaces. The new MultiTaction Cell displays allow clients to use applications from the Windows 8 store, with both 42" and 55" models running applications compatible across smartphones, tablets, laptops and desktop PCs.



In addition, developers can use their preferred development platforms using industry standard interfaces such as TUIO and XML stream. MultiTouch's own Cornerstone SDK is also fully supported.


"We have long said that touch technology is the way of the future for consumers and businesses," explains Petri Martikainen, CEO of MultiTouch. "With Windows 8 operating across multiple devices we will see the number of interactive applications grow exponentially. Our products provide the most advanced set of touch, gesture and object recognition capabilities and our goal is to continue to be the leader in the touch display market by supporting the most cutting edge technology such as the Windows 8 platform."
With support for multiple simultaneous input methods and robustness in bright external lighting conditions, MT550W8 and MT420W8 are ideal for education, retail and corporate use.

Unique features for Windows 8 offered by MT550W8 and MT420W8:
  • Unlimited number of concurrent users and touches
  • Ultra fast 200+ fps Computer Vision Through Screen tracking
  • Windows 8 native infrared pen support for simultaneous pen and touch interaction
  • Windows 8 native finger-orientation information available to applications
  • Enriched RealityTM: Using optical markers (tags) for interaction with physical objects – available using TUIO or XML interface or Cornerstone SDK
The MT550W8 and the MT420W8 are available for orders now from MultiTouch Ltd and all MultiTouch resellers. MultiTouch's MultiTaction series of interactive displays running Windows 8 will be on display and available for demonstration at the upcoming 2013 International CES event in Las Vegas, NV January 8-11, at MultiTouch booth number 14256.
 
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1080p, right?
 
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:OOOOO

Do like VERY MUCH! It will be interesting to see how much they are wanting to charge for these screens. Hopefully not too much though.
 
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This is soooo good for our sciatica, yeah, can't wait to work standing!
 
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I want one!
 
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Best part, that 55" can be flipped and used as a touch table. Been waiting years for this. Now how much?
 
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Best part, that 55" can be flipped and used as a touch table. Been waiting years for this. Now how much?
I guess that could work but my guess is that there are vents in the back and they were designed to work with the monitor in an upright position. I personally wouldn’t risk it in a horizontal position.

If you want something like the originally named “Surface” touch table you can build one for cheap,….

How to Make a Multitouch Table - MTbiggie - YouTub...