This composite image shows how fingers and hands are computed by the extended multitouch system
The extended multitouch system can turn any flat surface into a multi-touch interface
The world may not be your oyster, but thanks to technology being developed at Indiana’s Purdue University, it may soon be your multi-touch screen. Researchers at that institution have created an “extended multitouch” system, that consists of a computer, video projector, and Kinect camera – the technology allows any surface to be transformed into a touchscreen interface, that can track multiple hands simultaneously.
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