January 24, 2007
Researchers have bigger plans for multi-touch screens than the novel interface on Apple’s iPhone.
Jeff Han, consulting research scientist at New York University, has developed an inexpensive way to make large multi-touch screens accommodating 10, 20, or even more fingers. He envisions applications ranging from interactive whiteboards to touch-screen tables and digital walls–any of which could be manipulated by more than just one person.
Some researchers are even… read more