Multi-Touch Wall Interface – Will it Change the Way We Design Buildings?

Architect Doug Look from Autodesk Labs experiments with Autodesk’s design software on a Multi-Touch Wall device. The wall is an input device produced by Perceptive Pixel and invented by researcher and TED conference luminary Jeff Han. Autodesk Labs believes multi-touch human-computer interfaces may dramatically change how products, infrastructure, and buildings are designed. Have a closer look at Autodesk Labs at AECbytes.

At TED 2006, the audience whistled, clapped and gasped audibly as Jeff Han demoed (for the first time publicly) his prototype drafting table-cum-touch display, developed at NYU’s Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences.

This is the official video for Perceptive Pixel by Jeff Han



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