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Touch Sensitive Panels that enable multiplayer gaming?!

Fancy playing Warcraft III on a square projection table, not only together
with all your "battle mates" but also have play the game – the classic tabletop
style? Mitsubishi has just unveiled a new DiamondTouch panel that enables
projection to be projected on a special touch sensitive panel that allows gamers
to play WCIII head on with opponents, literally. "So there I was at GDC,
cruising around, when quite suddenly I realized I was looking at one of the
coolest things at the show. In a rather understated booth, Adam Bogue from
Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories (MERL) was sitting behind a table.
Except the table wasn’t just a table. It was a DiamondTouch table: multi-user,
debris-tolerant, touch-and-gesture-activated panel."



Fancy playing Warcraft III on a square projection table, not only together
with all your "battle mates" but also have play the game – the classic tabletop
style? Mitsubishi has just unveiled a new DiamondTouch panel that enables
projection to be projected on a special touch sensitive panel that allows gamers
to play WCIII head on with opponents, literally. "So there I was at GDC,
cruising around, when quite suddenly I realized I was looking at one of the
coolest things at the show. In a rather understated booth, Adam Bogue from
Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories (MERL) was sitting behind a table.
Except the table wasn’t just a table. It was a DiamondTouch table: multi-user,
debris-tolerant, touch-and-gesture-activated panel."

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