Ideum's Platform multitouch table has scratch-resistant glass
The Ideum Platform multitouch table is made from aircraft-grade aluminum
Interactive displays engage viewers on the Ideum Platform multitouch display
The Ideum Pro multitouch display has a bright, 3,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio
The Ideum Pro has a built-in 75-watt amplifier and Yamaha speakers to add sound to interactive displays
Optional haptic glass offers vibrational feedback to interactions on the Ideum Pro multitouch table
While this week the web is full of talk about Microsoft's Surface tablet, it's less well known that that Microsoft originally used the name "Surface" for a prototype multitouch table. Commonly used in public settings such as museums, these tables have been brought to market in recent years by developers like New Mexico-based Ideum, which is now releasing its fourth-generation multitouch table.
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