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Photographer: Arne Jennard
Photographer: Arne Jennard
Photographer: Arne Jennard
Photographer: Arne Jennard
Photographer: Arne Jennard
Photographer: Arne Jennard
Photographer: Arne Jennard
Photographer: Arne Jennard
Photographer: Arne Jennard
Photographer: Arne Jennard

Belgian designer Joris Vanbriel created these interactive screens for public spaces.

Characterized by an unconventional overhanging structure the screen invites people to come and touch the screen.

The structure is self-standing, without anchoring into the floor, meanwhile the ramp base floats the screen up and keeps a light impression.

They were used for the first time at the launch of Microsoft Windows 8 in Belgium.

Located in the historical train station of Antwerp and the crowded international train station of Brussels South where travellers can experience the new functionalities of Windows 8.

Manufactured by Holocube.

The screens were unveiled during a press conference on October 26th and will be available till January 26th.

Title: Edge Multi-touch screen
Design: Joris Vanbriel
Manufacturer: Holocube
Photos: Arne Jennard

Links:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fuRH0W-PvYo&list=UU0y6YFBQzNeJ7IEMcaRCbaw&index=1&feature=plcp
http://www.holocube.eu/
http://www.jorizon.eu/