Multi-Touch Touchscreens For Mac OS X

Music Computing MotionCOMMAND line offers up to 32 touches and 100 inch size      30/08/11
Multi-Touch Touchscreens For Mac OS X


Music Computing has announced the MotionCOMMAND line of Multi-Touch Touchscreens bringing large-format multi-touch capabilities to Apple's desktop operating system. Designed to work with Mac OS X 10.6.X and 10.7.X, the MotionCOMMAND (Mac OS X) line ranges from 17" up to 100" with options for 2, 6 or 32 simultaneous touches.
Models include the following:
  • MotionCOMMAND LCD – a complete solution ready to be used right out of the box based on a LCD TV platform.
  • MotionCOMMAND Clearview – a "see-through" screen similar to ones depicted in movies like Iron Man and Minority Report, providing maximum visual impact for live performances and demonstrations.
  • MotionCOMMAND FRAME – a touchscreen frame that will instantly turn any video monitor or LCD into a multi-touchscreen.
Victor Wong, CEO, Music Computing, told Sonic State, "Apple has made great strides in offering advanced touch technologies to the portable devices market through its iOS. They have made a pledge to do the same for their desktop operating systems. We are happy to be able to provide products that can take advantage of these capabilities and bring them to the Mac community."
Pricing and Availability:
From $2299 More information:
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2 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
Mattsynth    Said...

Now that is way cool.

30-Aug-11 07:58 AM


Nick B    Said...

Agreed, looks awesome - but isnt it just a very expensive mount for a screen? Would like to know how many applications are able to use the data it generates

01-Sep-11 03:22 PM


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