Thursday, January 15, 2009

Cool Video Demo from Nsquared

One of the core advantages of "true" multitouch is the ability for multiple user to interact with the same content at the same time. While we have seen a number of demos that allow this, they have relied on social norms to enforce a "turn-based" interaction model.

Many of the demos in this vid. are very, very simple, but they point to the potential of synchronous collaboration.

What do you think?

1 comment:

  1. Tabletop educational applications have the potential to support paired and small-group cooperative learning activities. A "smart" program can track progress and guide learning interactions.

    The tabletop can support interactive information visualization applications. It looks like a good tool for teaching a wide range of subjects.