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Storyboard™ and TouchCast™ are the latest multi-touch solutions for the broadcast industry.
Perceptive Pixel®, the leading provider of advanced multi-touch hardware and software solutions, is showcasing its new Storyboard™ live presentation application and TouchCast™ technology at the 2011 NAB Show. Perceptive Pixel has strategic partnerships with broadcast industry veterans NVIDIA (booth #SL2728), VizRT (booth #SL5408) and WSI Corporation (booth #SL2812) and is doing live demonstrations of the technology.
Perceptive Pixel's new Storyboard application gives professionals the ability to quickly and easily integrate content from a variety of sources to conceive, create and deliver compelling, data-driven, rich-media presentations. Storyboard democratizes the process of building powerful, multimedia presentations with the simplicity and accessibility of an intuitive multi-touch interface.
With Storyboard, professionals at TV stations can effectively assemble on-air stories from an array of rich media content types and templates, then combine 3D motion graphics, up to 12 live HD video feeds, and live interactive applications such as WSI's TruVu Max, VizRT's VizArtist, Google Earth and others which have been integrated into the Perceptive Pixel ecosystem.
Perceptive Pixel's new TouchCast technology seamlessly hosts other multi-touch interactive applications, including those running on external servers, integrating them into a powerfully flexible, unified environment.
This innovation is enabled by the unique capabilities of the NVIDIA Quadro Digital Video Pipeline.
Perceptive Pixel's and NVIDIA's technologies have been tightly integrated at the deepest levels to provide the best possible graphical touch experience for the demanding needs of the broadcast industry.
The effective communication of ideas is essential for driving business growth. Perceptive Pixel is leading the charge to empower business professionals across all industries to collaborate more effectively with their peers using innovative multi-touch solutions that take communication to a new level.
About Perceptive Pixel
Perceptive Pixel was founded in 2006 by Jeff Han, a recognized leader in the touch technology field, and focuses on the research, development and production of multi-touch interfaces for the knowledge worker.
The company's patent-pending technologies enable users to manipulate complex datasets through intuitive, powerful and visually rich interface techniques. The company's products are used in broadcast, defense, energy exploration, geo-intelligence, industrial design and medical imaging. The company's large screen, multi-touch products gained early recognition for transforming the way CNN covered the historic 2008 U.S. presidential elections. Perceptive Pixel was awarded the 2009 National Design Award from the Smithsonian in the inaugural category of Interaction Design.
Perceptive Pixel is privately held and headquartered in NYC with offices in Portland, Palo Alto and Washington D.C. For more information, visit www.perceptivepixel.com.
SOURCE Perceptive Pixel Inc.