Glass Door Wall Cabinet (SE-DCW2442GD)
24"W * 42"H * 12"D
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- Product Model SE-DCW2442GD
Touch projection technology is already here. It's just not widely distributed yet. A restaurant in London called Inamo projects its menu from the ceiling onto the tables, as well as projects custom "tablecloths." Diners order from the touch display projected onto the tables. A menu of other options includes interactive games and a service for ordering a cab. The technology is something of a gimmick, designed to entertain restaurant customers. But it also proves the feasibility and functionality of such display technology. A company called Ubi Interactive is working on software that uses any projector plus Microsoft's Kinect for Xbox 360 product to turn any surface into an interactive touch screen. Kinect for Xbox 360 is a low-cost add-on for Microsoft's Xbox gaming system that is usually used for in-the-air motion-sensing games. Ubi's software uses the Kinect sensors to figure out where people are touching, pointing, tapping or swiping on a surface, and how that relates to the projected interface. One benefit of the software is that it will work with regular, off-the-shelf products. For example, it will project and control Windows software, so you'll be able to project any Windows game or application onto a wall out of the box. You'll also be able to use it with any projector. All you'll need is the Ubi software and a surface to project onto. The $149 software is available for preorder.