Multi-Touch Table for Casinos

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Multitouch Poker: The Future of Casinos?

Moto Development Group has thrown together a neat prototype device that could possibly be the future of casinos: A multitouch, automatic, cybernetic Blackjack table. Finger-flicking financial fun, perhaps, but also a way to cut down on cheating.

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Multi-Touch Table


This table is a departure from earlier examples because it is relatively easy to use by non-technical content creators. It works in most lighting because it doesn’t use a camera. It is market quality, and does not require tuning on location.

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Blackjack for Multi-Touch

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Gaming is an ideal application for multi-touch screen technology. Replacing physical tokens, chips, cards, or game pieces with virtual items eliminates tedious setup, distribution, and cleanup tasks while increasing the efficiency and accuracy of gameplay.

And unlike many other real-world computing tasks, games have well-established norms and behaviors that are straightforward to translate into multi-touch gestures and interactions; players still feel that they “own” their cards, pieces, or money. Meanwhile, team-oriented play is actually easier in a virtual gamespace, because players can collaborate and share cards without having to physically pass them back-and-forth.

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Scalable Multi-Touch


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  1. Multitouch Poker: The Future of Casinos? | Technomix | Fast Company
  2. labs.moto.com » Blog Archive » Multi-Touch Table
  3. labs.moto.com » Blog Archive » Blackjack for Multi-Touch
  4. Multi-Touch Blackjack on Vimeo
  5. labs.moto.com » Blog Archive » Scalable Multi-Touch
  6. Scalable Multi-Touch Prototype on Vimeo
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