Interactive Examples

The first example I have is an Interactive table designed by students at FH Potsdam. The table is a way to organize and view the large number of Fonts people acquire. It also allows them to be saved and compared against each other easily.

The second is a system which reads and understands drawn lines on a blackboard and projects a ball to interact with them accordingly. Created by ENESS an Australian company they seem to specialize in Interactive public works.

Whiteboard Pong


~ by Kaeo Helder on January 28, 2010.

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