Microsoft demoes Mango features on a giant touchscreen

Microsoft demoes Mango features on a giant touchscreen
At CeBIT 2011, which took place earlier this month in Hannover, Germany, Microsoft did not miss the opportunity to demonstrate the improvements that the WP7 Mango update will bring to its mobile platform. What grabbed the attention of attendees though was the enormous 234-inch touchscreen that was used for the presentation. That is about 26 times more than the screen diagonal of an iPad. Overkill? Well, we don't think so. Going supersize always helps when showing off is the aim.

The giant touch-sensitive display was built by the folks at Stereolize, a Munich-based company which is an expert in elaborate interactive presentations. It seems to be very fluid and responsive, so it would not be a surprise if we see something similar at a future Microsoft presentation. Check out the video below to see what exactly we are talking about.

source: WMPoweruser

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