Lux: Free New Multitouch OSX

May 20th, 2008 by Jerome Dahdah

Christian Moore’s […] Lux free open framework enables true multitouch interaction in Mac OS X. In fact, he says it can work under any platform and even a web browser, enabling complex user interfaces and object manipulation comparable to Jeff Han’s magic walls or the Microsoft Surface anywhere. —Gizmodo

This is pretty amazing stuff. Ever since getting used to the multitouch feature of my MacBook Pro, it’s become an essential tool for me. It really is that intuitive. Now to find an affordable multitouch display that can work with this:

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More info and a short interview at Gizmodo.

(Thanks, Stylespion)

2 Responses to “Lux: Free New Multitouch OSX”

  1. CoderPhase says:

    I dont really know, but for some reason i never liked mac osx for some reason. It always seemed like a confusing system after using Windows Xp for like 8 years. Its like jumping from being a vegetarian into being a meat eater. You just cant do it because it does not feel right inside. I feel like i am joint by the hip with Windows Xp and cant move to mac osx. I would not continue with it if i was you.

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  2. Ann Arbor Michigan Website Promotion says:

    Once you get over the initial changes you will prefer it as well.

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