a movie depicting several prototype applications for Jeff Han's famous multi-touch display. next to some impressive photo sorting & Google Maps browsing, a classic data visualization application is shown around the 2:47 mark.
[link: fastcompany.com|via asourceofinspiration.com]
And lo, an unknown scientist invents a reason for Intel's Octo Core processor...
hey dumbass, your site was bookmarked for daily visit, but when you autoplay your embedded videos, thats a big no-no! leave it left off until the user wants to play it. you've now been removed from my links.
Some fantastic experimental work. I wonder how intuitive the applications are, having never had the opportunity to try one out for myself. I expect them to be quite complicated, never the less they look like great fun to use.
hi Toni, the default HTML code seemed to have included the autoplay feature, for which I am sorry.
thnkx for your suggestion anyway. hope you are not always that harsh?
what is that classic data visualization shown around the 2:47 mark? It looks both funky and informative.
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i see little problem with that for someone not looking for a problem
That display has shades of alot of recent (aka the last 20 years) of SciFi. Looks like something that I would "see" in a cyberpunk novel. Now when can I run down to my local big box and buy one?
looking for investors??????
//multi touch display details
i can't see the video? but i think it's a good ideas.
I really like the music, but I don't what it is. Someone know ?
Yeah, what's the music!? It's awesome!!!
Got it - Bedrock - Beautiful Strange.