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# 173801 7-Jun-2015 00:50
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Saw this in a real estate agents window today...  a display behind the window and some touch sensitive stuff attached to the glass (not sure if it was in the glass or behind it - we could not feel anything) and responded very very well to navigate around a custom application.


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  # 1322583 11-Jun-2015 08:39
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great concept - I just wish they would hang them up the right way; I find them so hard to use hanging from the roof ;)

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  # 1322584 11-Jun-2015 08:43
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E3xtc: great concept - I just wish they would hang them up the right way; I find them so hard to use hanging from the roof ;)


They are releasing a southern hemisphere version soon.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1322586 11-Jun-2015 08:45
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I was away with Scott Palmer earlier in the year and there was one of these in the window of the information centre. Every time he walked past he'd randomly push the buttons and every time it would cause the PC to crash!



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  # 1322609 11-Jun-2015 09:09
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Childish fun is still good, Steve!!

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  # 1322615 11-Jun-2015 09:12
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Reminds me of the good old days of PC shows. We went to one and a workmate wrapped a coil around his waist connected to battery and switch in his pocket, when he walked past the CRT monitors all hell broke loose. Also childish but huge entertainment.

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  # 1322719 11-Jun-2015 11:15
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LOL.

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  # 1322723 11-Jun-2015 11:27
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kiwitrc: They are releasing a southern hemisphere version soon.

Surely that is the southern hemisphere version?

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