I have recently changed the final student project in my OOP class to a multi-touch app. One of the briefs I gave to students was to do a non-destructive crop on the multi-touch. Two students, Jae-Ho Yoo and Morgan Roddick made a short video of it in action and I thought I would share. Check […]
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Having been involved in DIY multi-touch for over a year now I am still shocked that the 60fps barrier stands. I can’t really complain because I am not a C++ programmer which prevents me from doing it myself but it’s still surprising. Most of the demos of home brew multi-touch displays get slammed for their […]
Who knew people would spend over 10 hours painting on Richmond City Hall if given the chance. Below you can see a half scale test of the screen by graffiti artist Jeff Jerevan and the fill size window being used by Bill Ede. Graffiti Wall from Alex Beim on Vimeo. Graffiti Wall Final from Alex […]
Here is a quick time-lapse video showing a large DI multi-touch window test. This screen is about 1m square. Drafting mylar is being used for the projection surface. DI Multi-touch Window Test from Brett Forsyth on Vimeo.
It’s official, I will be presenting at FITC ’08. This will be a great opportunity to show off the work we have been doing at VFS with multi-touch interfaces (Being in April we will even have some stuff to show). I have been silent about the multi-touch lately, not because it isn’t progressing, but I […]