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re: Next app for TI's DLP is large touchscreens
R_Colin_Johnson   6/21/2012 4:15:01 PM
I was really impressed by the dashboard demo TI gave me, which was capable of turning almost the entire console into a touchscreen. The coolest part is that surfaces do not have to be flat. Car manufacturers can use the DLP to wrap an image aroung all the nooks and crannies of a typical dashboard without any of the icons, images, buttons, sliders or other control surfaces appearing warped. For large scale displays on any surface--even wall sized--the DLP touchscreen has got to be a very cost effective solution too.

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re: Next app for TI's DLP is large touchscreens
elctrnx_lyf   6/20/2012 10:49:21 AM
Looks like TI will enter into mainstream touch technologies with the new developments in DLP.

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