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					                     INTERACTIVE MULTI TOUCH TABLE
                     CONTROLLING GRAPHICAL APPLICATIONS WITH SEVERAL FINGERS




         From left   CHALLENGES
(1)    Controlling   • In the past, Human computer interfaces were restricted to the mouse
      multimedia        and keyboards with the mouse being a single point of control.
          content    • Multiple user input using multiple fingers tracking.
                     • Multi-touch interface for Multimedia controls.
(2)   Multi-touch
          table in
                     OUR SOLUTION
      Fusionworld    A camera-based finger tracking software that recognizes multiple
                     simultaneous touch points as opposed to the standard touch screen,
                     which recognizes only one touch point. The software includes multiple
                     blob-detection, multiple blob tracking and calibration algorithms that
                     overcome camera barrel-distortion.

                     DIFFERENTIATING FACTORS
                     • Fast response time
                     • Multi-Touch interface
                     • Little/low interference with ambient light
                     • Calibration with wide angled camera lens

                     APPLICATIONS
                     • Conferences/Events/Forums
                     • Digital Signage
                     • Lounge/Café




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                                                INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT
                                                T 65 6408 2010 E INDDEV@I2R.A-STAR.EDU.SG
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Description: Multi-touch (also known as multi-touch, multi-sensor, multi-sensor) is a number from the computer through the fingers of the user to control the input image application technology. Is the use of interactive technology and hardware to achieve a common technique in the absence of traditional input devices (such as a mouse, keyboard, etc.) in the conduct of human computer interaction.