Ever since those videos of New York's Jeff Han doing two handed manipulation of items on a giant screen and Johnny Lee's brilliant DIY videos of experiments with Nintendo Wii controllers, the geek community has had multitouch screens on the radar long before the multitouch iPhone or Microsoft's multitouch Surface ...
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