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Ideum at CES 2014 Las Vegas

Ideum at CES 2014 Las Vegas

Viva Las Vegas! Ideum and GestureWorks will be at CES 2014 in Las Vegas, January 7-10, showing off our latest hardware and software offerings. The best place to see our hardware is…

SUR40 No Longer? No Problem.

SUR40 No Longer? No Problem.

UPDATE 4/1/16 – We also now support a form of fudicial marker recognition. See our JCB Tasting Salon portfolio piece.  With the Samsung SUR40 multitouch table, apparently being discontinued, those of…

A Toughness Test of the MT-50 Multitouch Table

So how tough is the MT-50 multitouch table?  Just last week, we tried to find out. We conducted a few tests to see how the glass surface of the table in particular would hold up to some serious abuse.  First, we dropped a 12-pound bowling ball onto the table from a height of 2 feet, then we hit the table hard with a 4-pound hammer. Not only did the tempered glass surface survive, it showed no marks from these impacts. As you can…

MT-50 Multi-Touch Table Released!

It’s official, our MT-50 multitouch table is now available, we’ve updated our information pages and product specifications document (PDF) for this second generation touch table. The table comes bundled with GestureWorks, our Flash multitouch SDK. Here’s the video of the MT-50 from multitouch exhibits on YouTube. (A QuickTime version is available at: multitouch.blip.tv) The MT-50 multitouch table has several improvements over the MT2. As our press release (Ideum Releases New Version of Its High-Resolution…

100″ Multitouch Table, EM Spectrum Exhibit

Update: February 13, 2015  – We have a completely updated version of the EM Spectrum application using dual 55″ 4K UHD screen.  We’ve begun work on our most ambitious multitouch exhibit to date. We are building a 100″ table for Adventure Science Center’s Sudekum Planetarium in Nashville, Tennessee. The design is based on our MT2 multitouch table. For this custom installation, we are doubling the current form factor to create our largest multitouch surface to date. Of course, doubling the size involves a number of significant changes.

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