Perceptive Pixel Gets Purchased by Microsoft

Currently dealing in broadcast, government, defense and higher education, sectors, has aquired Perceptive Pixel seemingly in an attempt to make that technology more affordable and mainstream for businesses and education. Microsoft used its Worldwide Partner Conference in Toronto Canada to put on a rather dramatic demonstration of the new technology by putting Windows 8 Metro interface on a monstrous 82 inch touchscreen. Read the full details here.



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