Multi-Touch Screen

Project Description

Enomalies developed this multi-touch screen for the Explorium of Lexington Children's Museum. Using a rear-projected screen, a laser in each corner produces a plane of laser light. When this plane is broken by a touch, a consumer grade camera mounted behind the screen registers this "break" and passes the touch information along to the PC controlling the projected image.

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Explorium of Lexington Children's Museum
Computer Vision, Projection Technology