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January 7, 2010 at 1:58 PM

CES video: Intel’s amazing “Infoscape” touch wall o’ feeds

LAS VEGAS — If you thought news was getting too touchy feely, wait until you see this awesome CES display in Intel’s booth.

It’s an enormous touchscreen that displays news feeds from sources such as Google News and Flickr, which you can call up by walking up to the display and touching or dragging the shapes that appear.

It started out as an attempt to show off the power of Intel’s i7 processors, but the demo built by engineer Elie Jamaa turned into a big hit in Intel’s booth.

An i7 PC powers the 7.5-foot by 7.5-foot “double HD” touch display with 1920 by 1920 resolution.

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