This interactive touch table was “designed to receive touch input from both the top and bottom surfaces of the table.” See it in action after the jump.

By combining two registered touch surfaces, we are able to offer a new dimension of input for co-located collaborative groupware. This design accomplishes the goal of increasing the relative size of the input area of a touch table while maintaining its direct-touch input paradigm

This interactive touch table was “designed to receive touch input from both the top and bottom surfaces of the table.” See it in action after the jump.

By combining two registered touch surfaces, we are able to offer a new dimension of input for co-located collaborative groupware. This design accomplishes the goal of increasing the relative size of the input area of a touch table while maintaining its direct-touch input paradigm