Andrew Gibb from BBC Research and Development demos how to build a Multi-touch interface at Maker Faire Newcastle 2009

Andrew Gibb from BBC Research and Development demos how to build a DIY multi-touch interface at Maker Faire Newcastle 2009 using a cardboard box a webcam a picture frame and open source software

Andrew Gibb from BBC Research and Development demos how to build a DIY multi-touch interface at Maker Faire Newcastle 2009 with a cardboard box a webcam a picture frame and open source software

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NUI group website
NUI is an interactive media group researching and creating open source machine sensing techniques to benefit artistic and educational applications. We used their open source software in our multitouch demo.
Maker Faire Newcastle 2009 website
Maker Faire seeks to inspire, inform, connect and entertain thousands of Makers and aspiring Makers of all ages and backgrounds through the public gathering of tech enthusiasts, crafters, educators, tinkerers, hobbyists, students, authors and commercial exhibitors. The first UK Maker Faire took place in Newcastle 14-15 March 2009 as part of Newcastle ScienceFest - a 10 day festival celebrating creativity and innovation.
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