World's Largest Multitouch LCD Powered by Sandy Bridge

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[citation][nom]austinwillis81[/nom]what in the world would u use this far?[/citation]

My guess would be interactive information kiosks for airports, hotels, businesses, etc. That or interactive, life-sized porn. Either way, I'd like to see the implementation.
 

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The software and high response time of 200 fps is driven by Intel Sandy Bridge processors
Isn't response time measured in milliseconds? And does this statement also imply that they've got HD 3000 graphics running this?
 

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[citation][nom]ojas[/nom]Isn't response time measured in milliseconds? And does this statement also imply that they've got HD 3000 graphics running this?[/citation]

well.. 100fps is 0.1 ms, so it must have 0.05ms response time?
 

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[citation][nom]Sined[/nom]well.. 100fps is 0.1 ms, so it must have 0.05ms response time?[/citation]
Millisecond is thousandths. 10000 fps is .1 ms. 200fps is 5 ms.
 

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It doesn't really count IMO if you are stacking screens together. That'
s like saying I have the world's biggest cow because I have the most cows together in one pen.
 

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[citation][nom]Sined[/nom]well.. 100fps is 0.1 ms, so it must have 0.05ms response time?[/citation]

Response time is not the same as throughput.
 

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It's funny to know there's such screens even thought It's hard to find a reliable 23 - 24 multi-touch screens... hope these will be more produced when Windows 8 arrives...
 

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[citation][nom]austinwillis81[/nom]what in the world would u use this far?[/citation]
first thing i can think of is to conduct a war on, track my assets, troops and targets, co-ordinate forces for attacks and defenses strategies in real time with the option for simulation projections with mini windows projecting live video from each that can be expanded to fit a whole panel so that h/q can watch what's going on as it is happening and assess each situation.
or i could run a tv network operation and cut down on equipment costs and staff.
while it would be a bit exotic, i suppose you could manage a large retail corporation as well. maybe keep an eye on that lazy bum up in sector 7G?

with the right software anything is possible, but what i'd really love to do is run an RTS game on it!
 
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