Stackable multi-touch displays provide a new way to work

The MultiTaction is an interactive display like no other. Manufactured by Helsinki, Finland-based MultiTouch Ltd., the MultiTaction stacks three 55-inch interactive displays together create on gigantic screen running Windows 8.

These are multi-user touch displays are not single touch systems. Many people can use it to draw, write, circle, anything really at the same time. The unit quickly understands there are many fingers or devices using the screen. It does not matter how many hands on are the screen, either.

The MultiTaction screen comes in 42-inch or 55-inch sizes and can be configured as a video wall or a table. MultiTaction screens can use infrared pens or a person’s finger.

The MultiTaction Cell 42 and 55 products come embedded with Windows 8 on Intel Core i7 processors. The company also supports Linux and the MacOS.

David Saltsman, a sales associate for MultiTouch Americas Ltd., demonstrates the product for CDN.

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