Doug Look from Autodesk Labs experiments with Autodesk’s design software on a Multi Touch Wall device, produced by Perceptive Pixel and invented by researcher and (TED conference luminary) Jeff Han. Multi-touch human-computer interfaces may dramatically change how products, infrastructure, and buildings are designed.
As you view the demo, imagine that you and your team of designers stand before a huge screen that acts like an intelligent whiteboard. With Autodesk Design Review, you can review each part of a model and interact with it directly. No keyboard or mouse needed. Multi-touch devices, combined with Autodesk software, have the potential to make design creation and collaboration much easier in the future.
- Next generation of tablets to feature tactile touch-back technology
- Autodesk’s Free 123D Catch App Makes Your iPhone a 3D Scanner
- Watch Dave Malouf’s “The Aesthetics of Motion in the age of Natural User Interfaces” talk at IxDA | Interaction ’12 Conference
- Video: Touchscreen ‘that reacts even without touching’
- Watch Frederick van Amstel’s “Vernacular Interaction Design” talk at Interaction’12 | IxDA Conference
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