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"TransWall" Brings New Perspective to Touch Screen Technology

October 29, 2013
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South Korean researchers have developed a double-sided touch screen for use as an entertainment platform or for public information displays. Called "TransWall", the screen responds to touch on both sides from multiple users at once. Rob Muir has more.

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AP (Sep. 8, 2014) — French auto parts maker Valeo has created a system in which a car can find a suitable space, then park itself. The process begins with the touch of a smartphone's screen. (Sept. 8) Video provided by AP
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Reuters - Innovations Video Online (Nov. 5, 2014) — A Polish company is producing a high-resolution, interactive screen made of nothing but water vapour. The screen allows users to control images in mid-air. Suzannah Butcher reports. Video provided by Reuters
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