BendDesk: An Integrated Multi-Touch Workstation

BendDesk: An Integrated Multi-Touch Workstation

An innovative device merges a computer and desk into one and allows interaction with its entire surface.

Naresh Kumar
  • 2 december 2010

BendDesk is a multi-touch workstation that integrates a vertical and horizontal surface to create a large workspace to function as a computer, monitor and a desk in one. Developed by Aachen University’s Media Computing Group, BendDesk’s monitor is melded to the desk by a curve that seamlessly makes it a single system, unlike conventional work desks that have separate vertical displays and horizontal area for keeping input devices and office objects.

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