While everyone waits to see how things will shake out in the multi-touch world of the future (N-Trig vs Wacom, Apple patents vs everyone else) along comes this very interesting looking video from Engadget of a multi-touch demo from Stantum.
What’s amazing (to me anyway) is that this is being done on a resisitve touch screen and as the report states it is using software based refinement to reduce jitter and some of the other problems that plague touch on resistive screens. Stantum calls the technolgoy TouchPark. There’s one video after the jump an a second one on Engadget. I have to say this is very impressive looking.
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