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World's Largest Multitouch LCD Powered by Sandy Bridge

The MultiTaction Cell is a modular, 55-inch integrated LCD screen that can be combined into massive touch screen walls that support an unlimited number of users. Up to 24 displays can be stacked to run a single application. User input tracking is achieved via backlight emitter camera modules.

The screens come with a frameless, thin-bezel design that allows customers to build the Cell devices into any type of environment, including custom furniture, MultiTouch said. The displays can also be displayed horizontally and compete directly with Microsoft's Surface technology.

"The years of research and market development that we have poured into creating MultiTaction have finally yielded what we now know to be the industry’s next platform for creating powerful multi-user multitouch displays," said Petri Martikainen, CEO of MultiTouch, in a prepared statement. "By working with the world’s leading interactive developers, we have carefully listened to our customers and developed technology that can be used by what we know will be a large community of multitouch software developers committed to touching the future."

The screen has an active display area of 1209 x 680 mm and delivers 1080p resolution. The brightness is 250 cd/m2 and the contrast ratio is 4000:1. The software and high response time of 200 fps is driven by Intel Sandy Bridge processors. The power consumption is 450 watts per screen.

There was no information on price.

  • alyoshka
    Awesome
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  • alyoshka
    This is something like what Nokia tried out some while back, but just on a slightly bigger screen (Nokia's Version was bigger I think)
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  • funguseater
    How bout a little info on the system running it....
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  • austinwillis81
    what in the world would u use this far?
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  • JOSHSKORN
    austinwillis81what in the world would u use this far?What do you think it'd be used for? To play Crysis! I'm kidding.
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  • nicodemus_mm
    austinwillis81what in the world would u use this far?
    My guess would be interactive information kiosks for airports, hotels, businesses, etc. That or interactive, life-sized porn. Either way, I'd like to see the implementation.
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  • one-shot
    450W per screen? Nice....
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  • It could supercede this for example...
    http://www.copenhagen.dk/en/whats_on/the_wall/what_is_the_wall
    more simultaneous users.
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  • ojas
    The software and high response time of 200 fps is driven by Intel Sandy Bridge processors

    Isn't response time measured in milliseconds? And does this statement also imply that they've got HD 3000 graphics running this?
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  • Sined
    ojasIsn't response time measured in milliseconds? And does this statement also imply that they've got HD 3000 graphics running this?
    well.. 100fps is 0.1 ms, so it must have 0.05ms response time?
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