Thanks to Microsoft and the University of California Berkeley, this Pictionaire table relies on overhead cameras in order to churn out a digitized copy of physical objects. In turn, this enables one to manipulate real world items through the intuitive and touchy-feeling environment that most people have come to expect in touchscreen tables. The table obviously has its roots in Microsoft Surface, measuring nearly a couple of meters long and aims to bring collaboration to touchscreen tables.
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