YouTube Hits: Microsoft TouchWall in action
This video was likely filmed by director Paul ‘shaky cam’ Greengrass instead of TechCrunch, however still manages to get the message across of just how awesome the Microsoft TouchWall is.
Ok, so it’s obvious they just hung their Surface table on a wall and are trying to charge a few extra dollars for it, but you must admit, it’d certainly make those office boardroom meetings more interesting. Measuring 4′ x 6′, it employs the use of infrared sensors and a rear-mounted camera for the same pinching, zooming, and flicking we saw on the Surface last year.
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