SEEN & NOTED: BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA – News comes our way of a new installation that claims to be the world's largest continuous array of touchscreen displays. Queensland University of Technology (QUT) has built a new $230 million Science and Engineering Center at their Gardens Point campus that features one of the world's largest public digital interactive learning spaces.
Drawing on knowledge and data from QUT researchers in Science, Engineering, Technology and Mathematics (STEM), The Cube provides opportunities for the public to discover, visualize and contribute to the University's ongoing projects. Environments are replicated at a real-world scale, allowing the public to experience real project scenarios and explore big questions of the 21st century.
The Cube's multimedia deployment features a continuous wrap-around installation of 48 individual, 55-inch ultra-thin bezel MultiTaction displays from MultiTouch Ltd., a leading developer of multi-touch systems. Built by Pro AV Solutions Queensland, the installation marks one of the world's largest deployments of touchscreen displays in a continuous array.
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