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Intel’s Infoscape: Imagine One of These in your School’s Lobby

Intel’s Infoscape is a prototype that was being shown at CES 2010. Here’s what I learned. There are two screens, each powered by a single i7 chip, which was the point of the display. This is not a production model. The display was created for Intel by http://foghorncreative.com and was positioned at the corner of Intel’s giant CES 2010 booth. Infoscape is made up of two 7′x7′ touch screen glass walls that are set at a 1920×1920 resolution. The content is controlled by “a man behind the curtain” (in this case Mike Martin) with a laptop. It is fun to think about what you could do with this type of technology in your living room, school lobby, classroom or library.

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