Today the Autodesk Labs team spent the day setting up our Discovery Space in the Exhibit Hall. I helped John Schmier assemble the Perceptive Pixel Multi-touch Wall. Although this was my second time assisting with this task, this was the fourteenth time for John. Our multi-touch wall really gets around, e.g. Civic Center North in San Rafael, Customer Briefing Center at One Market in San Francisco, TED Conference in Monterey, and Autodesk University in Las Vegas. I filmed snippets of our work.
We look forward to showing off Autodesk Design Review and Autodesk Mudbox running on the multi-touch wall. The gesture-based updates we have made to these applications specific to multi-touch interaction demonstrate different and better ways to work with design data.
Multi-touch is alive in the lab.