Philip Zimbardo (http://www.zimbardo.com/)
Our Perceptive Pixel Multi-touch wall has been in our San Rafael facility for some time. It needed to get out of the office. If the device could talk, I'm sure it would say: "We gotta get out of this place, if it's the last thing we ever do." [Okay, who can name that 1960's song?] What better way for our wall to get some fresh air than a field trip to the TED (technology, Entertainment, Design) conference. See what it helped do while it was there:
Thanks to Autodesk Labs software engineer, John Schmier, who chaperoned the multi-touch wall on its excellent adventure. We are glad to have the multi-touch wall back in San Rafael so we can continue our development efforts in the area of human computer interaction, We see many opportunities for applying this technology to generic CAD CAM software or specifics like architecture software, animation software, deck design software, house design software, interior design software, kitchen design software, or landscape design software. The list is endless. Exploring innovative ways to work with design data is alive in the lab.