2014 NAMM Show: Here’s a sneak preview of the upcoming Reactable for Windows 8 multitouch PCs.
It will be a software version, similar to Reactable for iPad, but will also offer support for tangible cube control.
Pricing, specifications and the release date are to be announced.
4 thoughts on “Reactable For Windows 8 (Sneak Preview)”
cubes on a multitouch display?!
yes, well we dont like multitouch
lol @ the downvoters
so u place 3 physical objects on the screen – whats left of multitouch?
nothing! u r left with 2 objects u can move around exept u grow a 3rd hand – great
Well, it looks nifty, but this interface is actually not very good.
There’s a massive waste of screen space, after 10 modules you have filled most of it.
And created a very basic synth patch, nothing to record.
Hope also it sounds better than the iphone version.
I doubt they even do linear smoothing of their oscillator tables or samples.