Time To Give Your Computer The Finger?

Music Computing releases cross-platform MotionCOMMAND Gen2 touchscreen line and drops prices      29/02/12
Time To Give Your Computer The Finger?


MotionCOMMAND (Gen2) is the latest update to MotionCOMMAND line of multi-touchscreen products from Music Computing. The company tells us that the MotionCOMMAND series have been used in many installations including major universities, museums, fortune 500 companies, and of course music studios. Music Computing say that they were the first to provide true multi-touch capabilities to the general public at reasonable prices. The new Gen2 versions add to the mix cross platform capabilities and a reduction of cost up to 60% from the Gen1 models.
Victor Wong, CEO, Music Computing, told Sonic State, "We have become a leader in touch technologies in today's computing world, but we're not the type of company that will rest on its laurels. The new MotionCOMMAND Gen2 models represent a giant leap in usability and value."
Available models include the MotionCOMMAND LCD, a turnkey multi-touchscreen that includes TV functions, the MotionCOMMAND FRAME, a touchscreen add-on kit that will turn any LCD/LED into a multi-touchscreen, and the MotionCOMMAND CLEARVIEW, a transparent multi-touchscreen display system. An assortment of sizes are available from 17" to 100", however; only sizes from 32" and larger are cross-platform at this time. Simultaneous touch options include: 2, 4, and 32 touches.
Pricing and Availability:
Prices start at $199 and the products are currently shipping. More information:

More From: MUSIC COMPUTING
Even more news...




More Videos


Stekker 2015: What is Studio Stekker? 

Colin Benders explains the philosophy and point behind Studio Stekker


Sonic LAB: DreadBox Erebus - Desktop Semi Modular Synth 

Our new synth best friend


Stekker 2015: Thijs de Vlieger of Noisia 

We caught up with one third of the Drum and Bass trio to talk modular


Brighton Modular Meet 2015: James Carruthers Spectrum Prototype 

8 step sequencer with a whole host of tricks up its sleeve and some very pretty lights