Multi-touch Interactive Table at Noise Singapore

I was invited to the launch of Noise Singapore at Far East Plaza Level 1 a few weeks ago. Initially I thought it’s just going to be an Arts event. I didn’t expect to see any high tech stuff at the event. Well, I was wrong. There is this amazing Multi-touch interactive table that was created by a local company called Digital Dreams Pte Ltd. The event organizers are using the Multi-touch table to display some of the artworks by local young artist. Check out the video I took.

From what I understand, the software is running on top of Windows XP. It has a 42 inch touch screen but they can support bigger screen if you want. Pretty cool stuff. Looks like we are another step closer to minority report.

Check out the Multi-Touch Interactive Table in action at Far East Plaza Level 1 from now till 29 March 09.

  • The Multi touch table that you have displayed was NOT created by a Singaporean company…!! It was created by a Swedish company called Nui. The only Commercially multi touch table created in Asia is by Smart Surface Sdn Bhd and has won numerous international awards. Check out GetSmartSurface.com

  • Observer

    NUI and Digital Dreams are both in Singapore and have been operating for some time already. They worked together for this project.

    Anyone can build the hardware easily. It’s the software that makes it work and from the demos on your site, we know where the software came from! 😉

    • jace

      hi, how can i contact nui or digital dreams if i need their service?

  • Check out this site http://www.gesturactive.com, they are a Singapore based company offer something similar

  • Casey

    http://www.digitaldreams.sg

    They have done the interactive dance floor for Butter Factory and also the interactive corridor for Helipad Club as well.

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