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Company’s multi-touch surface computing table for Australia’s Eureka Tower selected as most innovative interactive display solution in a public space.
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA, February 28, 2008 – GestureTek Inc., inventor and world leader in gesture-controlled interactive presentation, information and entertainment systems, announced today that it has won a 2008 Digital Signage Interactive Technology Award for the most innovative digital signage solution in a public space. The Award was presented on February 27th at the Digital Signage Expo in Las Vegas, Nevada.
GestureTek and its client, Red Rock Media, won the award for a one-of-a-kind multi-touch surface computing table that was installed at the Eureka Tower in Melbourne, Australia. This tourist attraction was billed as the world’s largest multi-touch surface computing table at the time of its installation.
Called Serendipity, the six-meter-long table features an interactive touch-surface that reveals sixty different short stories exploring the mythological, historical, cultural and contemporary highlights of Melbourne. Multi-touch functionality allows several users, or one person using two hands, to simultaneously access information about their key areas of interest, by touching a variety of icons on the table’s huge display area. The moving stream of stories materializes in a serendipitous fashion along sections of the table, which coalesce when touched to form an information window containing text, images, film and animation.
GestureTek’s interactive multi-touch technology can be delivered on virtually any surface, in any shape or size, such as a table, bar top, counter or freestanding panel. These interactive surface systems give people ‘Minority Report-style’ interaction capability. They simply press, rotate and drag their hands along a surface to control dynamic multi-media content, access information, play games, create special effects, manipulate art and photographs and view advertising. More than 50 breathtaking special effects and applications from the GestureFX® library come pre-programmed with interactive surface solutions. The system owner can use these applications ‘as is’, or employ them to create their own custom content.
Selected GestureTek technologies for digital signage and advertising:
Illuminate™ Multi-Touch Tables & Displays: Futuristic computing surfaces with no visible screens or hardware, used to navigate traditional multi-media or deliver multi-touch interactivity.
GestureFX®: An eye-catching visual display system that responds to body motion, projecting dynamic multi-media content onto floors, walls, tables, bars or counters. [More information] [GestureFX Video]
For more information contact:
Jo Moore Marini, Account Executive, SS PR