FlatFrog demonstrating the AIO PC platform
FlatFrog Touch enabling pressure sensitivity in Microsoft Fresh Paint for Windows 8.1 - high resolution touch, perfect optical clarity, unique pressure detection, 1024 levels of pressure, finger, stylus and real brush supported.
Pressure Detection by FlatFrog
Swedish multi-touch pioneer FlatFrog's officially announced today that their Planar Scatter Detection technology (PSD) is further developed to detect pressure. It’s the first multi-touch display technology to offer pressure detection, which can be used in a number of ways to help users better interact with content in multi-touch interfaces. Meet FlatFrog at ISE 2013 in Amsterdam, 29th-31st of January to test pressure detection in real life. Read the full press release here: http://flatfrog.com/news/47
App of the Week: YachtEye
The app of the week is the exclusive YachtEye, from Oculus Technologies. YachtEye visualizes private superyachts at their real-time position in 3D. Guests and owners can intuitively browse their route and check the weather conditions, today’s program and the surrounding yachts. It even keeps track of the owner's helicopters or private jets. Find out more on http://www.yachteye.com
App of the Week: CityXplore
This week's app is the slick CityXplore, by TinkerTouch. It's a fully interactive city map application allowing tourists and city hall visitors to find out where for example the best restaurants, cultural or sports events are in a city. The application’s content is continually kept up-to-date thanks to the integration of all the different content providers. As you can see in this clip, CityXplore is running smoothly on the FlatFrog Multitouch 3200. Great job TinkerTouch!
You can find out more about TinkerTouch here: http://www.tinkertouch.com/index.php/en/showcase/cityxplore
or visit TinkerTouch on FlatFrog's partner page here: http://flatfrog.com/companies/tinkertouch
App of the week: Windows 8
This week’s app is nothing less than the much talked-about Windows 8. We guess you already know a bit about it, being the most anticipated and innovative update from Microsoft since Windows 95 or so. But here it is, running on the FlatFrog Multitouch 3200. The two work great together and make for an astonishing Multi-touch experience.
To know more about FlatFrog, please visit http://www.flatfrog.com