Here’s a glimpse into the future with the Interactive Media Wall by Perceptive Pixel. It measures 8′ x 3′ and is actually the electronic version of a canvas. It uses a touch sensitive surface to allow users to navigate, locate, and manipulate information – sounds somewhat like the scenes in the Matrix and the Minority Report. Unfortunately for many, the Interactive Media Wall retails for $100,000 from Nieman Marcus so there’s still a long road to go before you actually have the dough to bring one of these babies home. Hopefully Microsoft’s Surface technology will be much more affordable for the layman.
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