All MultiTaction interactive displays support features such as fully simultaneous touch points
Germany - MultiTouch will demonstrate displays for corporate collaboration and personalised interaction at ORGATEC Modern Office & Facility 2014.

A bespoke 4x 55"-display MultiTaction iWall and a 55" Interactive Table will feature, each running the MultiTaction Experience software platform. ORGATEC 2014 takes place at Koelnmesse, Cologne, 21-25 October, and MultiTouch is located on Stand A067, Hall 11.2.

"In the future, businesses will supply office workers with less personal technology but will provide more publicly accessible technology that is personal, as individual work spaces migrate to the cloud," explains Petri Martikainen, CEO of MultiTouch. "These workspaces will be accessible from any interactive platform in the office or home. Our demonstrations at ORGATEC will show how this can be achieved today in the work place using MultiTaction technology."

All MultiTaction interactive displays support features such as fully simultaneous touch points, infrared pen support, object recognition, 2D code identification, 200+ fps tracking and Enriched Reality. The displays can be stacked in any orientation to create large or small turnkey or bespoke iWall solutions, which are almost seamless as a result of ultra-thin bezels and deliver clearly defined, high-resolution images from distance or close-up.

MultiTaction Experience is a scalable multiuser application designed to present a wide range of rich media content in a playful way, enabling developers to build customised interactive applications. From idea to final output, the solution allows corporations to create a smarter workplace and provides immense opportunities in concept design, content development and brand integration. Additional functionality such as social media integration is provided through a range of mini-apps.

"Our MultiTaction iWall - comprising four 55" displays - and 55" interactive Table are perfect for demonstrating the unique benefits of MultiTaction technology for offices and other facilities," explains Jonathan Priestley, VP of marketing. "We are expecting a very busy stand throughout the event."

(Jim Evans)

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