London firm lays claim to largest multi-touch wall
The largest multitouch interactive wall in the world has been installed in an office in central London, according to developer Engage Production. The videowall - measuring 9.9m x 2.1m and formed from 24x 55" MultiTouch MultiTaction Cell displays - crowns a new business communications facility which also boasts a projection powered 'business sphere' and two Samsung SUR40 multitouch tables.
This huge display, that measures three metres high including the base, is able to function as one unit whilst interacting with tablet devices.
The ‘Executive Brand Suite’ also houses ‘business sphere’ that projects content, controlled by a presenter via a tablet, on to a curved surface. Engage created the solution using edge-blending server software and three HD projectors.
Engage also supplied and integegrated technical equipment for three distinct working areas, which include two Samsung SUR40 multitouch tables, utilising MicroSoft PixelSense, which is the new brand name for Surface.
The company also provided the infrastructure, lighting control, DMX, uninterruptable power supplies, CMS server, show controller, and components necessary for integration.
Engage retains an ongoing relationship with this client, with on-site support services and plans in place for upgrades and additions to the business suite in 2013.