Touchlight


Now that Apple has annoucned their iPhone, theres a whole lot more interest in touch-based interfaces. Microsoft has done some good work here with products like the UMPC, but the really pioneering stuff comes from Microsoft Research, in a project called TouchLight.

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  1. GeekTieGuy says:

    If you’re interested in some real-world applications on Vista using touch, check out the HP TouchSmart PC. It has three applications designed specifically for touch interaction.

    I guess Apple got the multi-touch interface into the market first (although technically it’s not available yet).

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