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GestureTek wins Apex Award at Digital Signage Expo
GestureTek Inc., a provider of gesture-control interfaces for interactive displays and devices, announced today that its multitouch interactive tables at The Official NYC Visitor Center earned an Apex Award in the Art, Entertainment and Recreation category at Digital Signage Expo 2010.
This innovative information display located in Times Square enables visitors and locals to find current information about events and attractions. The installation features GestureTek's Illuminate multitouch table with object recognition capability and custom content. Using two-handed multitouch gestures, visitors can obtain information about desired destinations, enjoy a Google Earth "fly-through" trip around New York and build a personal sightseeing itinerary. Visitors use a puck-like object to manipulate the system and make selections.
The project was led by VideoSonic Systems Inc. for NYC & Company, New York City's marketing organization. W X Y Architecture and Urban Design handled architectural design.
"GestureTek, NYC & Company and VideoSonic share this honor," GestureTek president Vincent John Vincent said. "Visitors love the system's engaging, entertaining and informative multitouch experience and its innovative content and applications. It's the kind of experience one expects amid the buzz of Times Square."
The award was presented at the opening-night banquet at the Las Vegas Convention Center. View a video of the award-winning installation here.