Plain Surfaces Transformed Into Low-Cost Touch Screens (ScienceDaily July 10, 2013)

A low cost system developed by Nanyang Technological University (NTU), based on the principles of vibration and imaging that is able to track the movements of multiple fingers and of objects, can do just that.
Retrofitting the system onto existing flat-panel TVs will transform it into new, touch sensitive display screens, at only a fraction of the cost of new touch-sensitive display screens, which can cost tens of thousands of dollars.

News about POKEN in a magazine: Learn what POKEN really can do for networking, learning and business at conferences, trade shows, etc.

With a new approach to event networking and lead generation, Poken has just published a new high-quality print and digital magazine (http://www.poken.com/magazine) that shares best-practises, testimonials, and powerful case studies. Boasting such successes as having helped AMEX save over half-a-milion printed pages at its supplier trade-show, or generating over 13'000 digital interactions between 350 high-profile participants and exhibitors at ExpoNext, Poken is creating digital waves as it passes the 1'500 event mark in less than 18 months.

It's a technological world

(IMEX ShowDaily3) An interviewed with Maarten Vanneste published on IMEX ShowDaily3, published on Thrusday, 23rd May 2013

It’s a technological world


The role of technology in the meetings business has evolved hugely in the past ten years and shows no sign of let up. Where once the Telex was cutting edge, organisers must now manage in an age of hybrid events, multi-screening and streamed live content. Technology is making today’s events more engaging than ever.

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