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Prototype Nalu 3D computer

The First Curved Computer, Nalu 3D OLED Display, binaural surround sound, split ergonomic keyboard, multi-touch launch pad for apps and ink. Air flow under the keyboard prevents Li battery heat build up.

Cisco Cius – Tablet

Cisco Cius has just announced it’s ultra-portable, mobile collaboration business tablet that offers access to essential business applications and technologies.

NextWindow – Digital Artist Day

One Laptop Per Child project XO-3 tablet computer

One Laptop Per Child project founder Nicholas Negroponte said that the organization is accelerating its development of the XO-3 tablet computer and will have a working prototype by December 2010, two years ahead of projections. Negroponte said the final product would cost US$75.

Computex: Intel shows Moorestown prototype tablets


Atom SoC platform is actually closer to Moorestown than Pine Trail or Pine View — the major difference here is that Intel’s added Lincroft and Whitney Point to enable support for Windows 7. It will also support Google and MeeGo operating systems.

Multi-touch Surface with Muscle Sensing

A 2009 research paper that illustrates how muscle sensing technology in combination with a multitouch interface will enable very powerful NUI solutions in the future.

iPad Painting Demo

DaniDraws   painting on the iPad with Sketchbook Pro and a Pogo stylus.

The Future of Digital Magazines

Mag+ live with Popular Science+ from Bonnier on Vimeo.

Popular Science + is the first digital magazine to emerge from Bonnier’s Mag+, an ongoing project across all Bonnier titles in the U.S. and Europe to rethink the way magazines can be read on a new generation of full-colour, touchscreen tablet devices.

Bill Buxton – Microsoft project Gustav and Wacom

Look for the tag ‘Wacom’ in the video to go directly to Bill showing Gustav painting software from Microsoft running on a 10 finger touch enabled Wacom Cintiq 21UX prototype pen/tablet.

Cebit 2010 – Hanvon TouchPad tablets

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