This is one of the cooler things I’ve seen in a while. Think Microsoft Surface meets Minority Report, minus the bald lady that predicts the future. It’s a multi-touch conference table from an Orlando-based company called Crunchy Logistics, and comes in five different sizes.
The LCD/LED screen has more than 36 touch-points and uses most of the same multi-touch language that we’re used to, like pinch-to-zoom. The size variations are as follows: 55-inch, 65-inch, 70-inch, 130-inch and 150-inch, but the table measures 1.5-inches thick across all models. The table features interactive gaming, and is compatible with both PC and Mac.
This thing could be really great for any business that requires multiple people to interact with certain data, such as architectural firms, engineers, and designers. We’re not quite sure about pricing or availability, but you can bet that this thing won’t be cheap. Then again, it would likely cut costs in other areas of the business, too.
Check out the video after the break.