Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Tromso (Tromsø) students put together the best interactive display wall we've seen yet (video)

Vyrde Lesar.

I Sarpsborg har vi ingen utdanningsindustri, men også Norge som land, liggerc dårlig an. Da er det godt å tenke på at for 5-600 år siden, ble formuer tuftet på salt og gull (altså datidens olje og gass) omsatt i kunnskap. I Timbuktu, i Afrika. Vi satser på AFP og sjukemeldinger vi, ja og bønder selvsagt.

Her er guttaogjentene som slår på stortromma. Og hvor ble det av nanoteknologien på Grålum? Aha, vi fikk badeland ja, sånn var det gett!

Tromso students put together the best interactive display wall we've seen yet (video): "


Take everything you thought you knew about multitouch and throw it out. Okay, keep the Minority Report stuff, but throw everything else out. What we're looking at here is a 22 megapixel display, stitched together from the output of no less than 28 projectors (7,168 x 3,072 total resolution), which just happens to respond to touch-like input in a fashion even Tom Cruise would find fascinating. You don't have to actually touch the wall, floor-mounted cameras pick up your gestures in 2D space and a 30-node computer setup crunches all the computational and visual data to deliver some buttery smooth user interaction. For demo purposes, the makers of this system grabbed a 13.3 gigapixel image of Tromso and took it for a hand-controlled spin. See the mesmerizing show on video after the break.
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