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Tuesday, February 14, 2006 

Multi-touch Screens - The Next Input Device?

This video is a very cool demo of work on multi-touch interaction at NYU. This research allows bi-manual, multi-point, and multi-user interactions on a graphical interaction surface. The potential for data exploration and visualization is tremendous. The beginning is more on the artistic side. Keep watching and you will see data manipulation, interaction with maps and spatial data, and exploration of network structures.

Hi, my name is Edward Tse and I am one of the authors of this work. If you’d like to view some more details videos of our work please visit www.edwardtse.com

it's just breath taking....iakoubtchik

Hi Edward:

Thanks for sharing the link. This work is really interesting. I encourage readers to check it out.

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