Thursday, 19 Jan, 2012 Technology

Ideum Presents 65-inch Full 1080p HD, 3D-Capable Multitouch Display


Recently the New Mexico-based company Ideum, which provides exhibit design, Web design, and interactive design services to museums and a number of nonprofit organizations, has publicized the launch of a wall-mounted multitouch display that boasts a diagonal of 65 inches.

Dubbed MT65 Presenter, the device features a solid state optical multitouch sensor that can identify up to 32 simultaneous touches on the screen's 3mm clear tempered glass surface. Its response time is just plus/minus 7 milliseconds.

It would be interesting to note that the 3D-capable, full 1080p HD wall display boasts a 178 degree viewing angle, and, according to the developer, has a 9,000,000:1 contrast ratio and 500 cd/sq m brightness at 120 Hz.

The device is installed in a tough housing created using aircraft-grade aluminum and cold-rolled steel.

In the center of the top bezel one will be able to find an externally-installed webcam. The latter is equipped with Carl Zeiss optics and a stereo microphone. The device also has an HDMI in/out, Ethernet LAN, and USB 2.0 ports. The buyer can also acquire a locking plate for the ports.

Inside the device includes an Intel Core i7 2720QM quad-core processor (2.2GHz), 8 GB DDR3 RAM, NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 460 graphics with 1 GB of dedicated memory and 256 GB of SSD.

There's also Bluetooth and 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi wireless connectivity. It is worth mentioning that the system is powered by Windows 7 Professional 64-bit edition. In March the company promises the launch of a Linux version.

Measuring 40 x 63 x 4 inches (1,016 x 1,600 x 101 mm), and weighting 185 pound (84 kilograms), the MT65 Presenter is also equipped with a built-in air cooling system.

The developer offers its new system in several colors and finishes. The price is $17,450, with the Presenter coming with a universal VESA wall mount. In addition, one will find a Bluetooth keyboard with built-in trackpad and pre-installed GestureWorks 3 software development kit and a number of demo apps.

[via Ideum]

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