Dr. Dobbs Reviews the 3M Multi-Touch Display M2256PW
Dr. Dobbs contributing editor, Mike Riley, provides a hands-on review of the M2256PW multi-touch display. Among Mr. Riley's many comments, one observation that helps the M2256PW stand apart from other multi-touch technology is "The result produces a silky smooth response that has almost no lag in execution." Mr. Riley's article can be found at http://www.drdobbs.com/windows/225800267
Multi-display, Multi-touch Video Wall exhibited at Microsoft WPC
At the Microsoft Worldwide Partners Conference 2010 in July in Washington, D.C., 3M Touch Systems exhibited a 6-panel multi-touch video wall that offered simultaneous multi-touch response over all six displays. Comprised of six 3M Multi-Touch Display C2254PW chassis displays, two video tilers, a USB hub and featuring multi-display programming and middleware by Perceptive Pixel, Inc., a video of this unique multi-display, multi-touch interactive wall can be found at www.youtube.com/3mtouchsystems
Second Story Inc. Experiments with the 3M Multi-Touch Display M2256PW
Interactive media developer Second Story (Portland, Oregon) produced a three and half minute video about experimenting with "multi-touch interactivity" using the M2256PW multi-touch display.
Touch Reference Sites
Touchtopics.com provides an objective overview of popular, commercialized touch technologies, including How It Works descriptions, as well as definitions of popular and commonly misused technology terms.
Touch Technology and Application Brief Site
A variety of touch technology comparisons and touch application overviews are provided to help customers understand the capabilities of commercially available technologies and the environment, integration and service requirements to consider for specific touch applications.
See 3M Touch Systems at these Upcoming Industry Events
SAGSE Buenos Aires 2010 (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Global Gaming Exposition 2010 (Las Vegas, Nevada)
Consumer Electronics Shows (CES) 2011 (Las Vegas, Nevada)