Hola Andres ;
Smart do have Multi, they showcased their table @ IEEE Amsterdam .
Please check carefully the infos you are posting .
Bridger Maxwell don’t seem to run any company ...
Promathean Ltd, U Touch[, Foresee are not multi (no mention of it on their websites )
Joyplux claims that “multi function is available” that’s really doubtful .
Touchindia claims “ Multi-touch: Can discern two distinct touch points” that means dual touch ...
(i suspect that NEXIO is also dual touch )
and one more time Flo still not offer any multi app…
Could you add a location column ?
more companies on the bizniz :
INTUI is a French company based in Toulouse ,which provide interactive solutions, mt softs ( INTUI kit) , and FTIR table .
Archimedes is a German Berlin based company , also providing tables (DI) and software ( tracker (libavg)and apps)
both companies runs NUIgroup members .
Lumin Visual Technologies Hardware ( seems FTIR ) and development kit Germany (near Munich)
io Italia (Natural Interaction is part of IO )
Stimulant I.O software solutions California US
Any companies in Colombia or in South America ?
So, SMART stay on list.
Bridger: You are right, but he seems to have a client: “I have begun working on another multi-touch table, this time for the Christa McAuliffe Space Education Center in Pleasant Grove, Utah”. Tell me if you think, we must remove him from the list, but, educational institutions could be the business target for a Multi-touch Company.
Promethean Ltd: I found this info on Wiki and Youtube:
Then, Promethean is Multi-Touch.
U-Touch: They use several touch techniques, one of them must be Multi-Touch. Watch this video:
Foresee: They have this other website, videos with Multi-Touch apps are there.
Joyplux: As we can’t test their device capabilities, I think they should be on the Multi-Touch list because they sell it in that way although their clients could be disappointed. We don’t know that.
TouchIndia and NEXIO: If they are only dual touch, they still been Multi-Touch (http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/Multiple). Dual-Touch devices have four degrees of freedom, that could be enough for many Multi-Touch Applications, that depends on the needs of the end user.
Flo I’ll remove him from the list. (There aren’t MT applications companies then, that could be a service to offer!!!)
I’ll check the other companies later…