GestureTek, award-winning inventor and long-time pioneer of gesture control systems, announced it will showcase its new GestTable’, a 42′ LCD multi-touch surface computing solution, along with the new GestDisplay’, a 70′ turnkey freestanding multi-touch unit, at InfoComm 2010 in Booth N1870. The technologies will run new multi-touch applications for retail, advertising and public spaces. InfoComm runs June 9 to 11 at Las Vegas Convention Center.
The company is following AUO by showcasing a number of new display devices at a forthcoming trade show, but rather than showing them in Taiwan, they’ll be on the show floor of InfoComm 2010 in Las Vegas. The highlight device is the new 42″ GestTable, which is a multi-touch LCD “surface computing solution.” Basically, it’s a massive 42″ touch table with a computer underneath, and it will feature a 1920×1080 resolution, widescreen aspect ratio, ultra-speedy response time and multiple cameras running at 100 frames per second. The device can be integrated into your own table as well, with support for Windows 7 HID (Human Interface Device), TUIO and NUITEQ’s latest Snowflake Suite Release 1.9.1. As you may expect, this table is also fully compatible with the Microsoft Surface Toolkit for Windows Touch, so you could basically have your very own Microsoft Surface with this device.