Here’s a video of TouchWall and Plex in action.
And some more info from CrunchGear:
TouchWall consists of three infrared lasers that scan a surface. A camera notes when something breaks through the laser line and feeds that information back to the Plex software. Early prototypes, say Pratley and Sands, were made, simply, on a cardboard screen. A projector was used to show the Plex interface on the cardboard, and a the system worked fine
And also, Microsoft doesn’t have immediate plans to turn this into a product. Let’s hope that changes. Think of all those CSI labs that are just waiting to file those budget requests.
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