An interactive computer display that keeps track of multiple users by differentiating between their touch could lead to safer vehicle controls and smarter video games, its makers claim.
The DiamondTouch (DT) system, developed by Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories (MERL) in Massachusetts, US, consists of a touch-sensitive screen that can be operated by several users simultaneously.
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