PanaVise designs platforms for laptops, netbooks, UMPCs and mobile data terminals. The platforms allow easy movement of the computer and have a built-in fan system that is USB powered. The platforms are marketed for use by police, sales reps, and other professionals that require an in-vehicle work station.
Updated 01-09-2010 at 07:17 PM by optikalefx
This fusion brain-like board has 5 sensors built into the board. It was originally made to be a dynamic name badge but Microsoft gave it a place in it's windows 7 mutlitouch sensory kit demo.Rob Wray from mp3Car talks with Michael Normal from freescale about what this board can do.As far as we can tell, this board cannot control relays.
Updated 10-13-2009 at 09:25 AM by optikalefx
Rob Wray from mp3Car takes a look at a custom laser touch screen notebook computer by Ampire.
This touch screen panel is capacitive and multi-touch. The niche is that the LCD is is made to detect light from the laser. Therefore you can get very accurate touches on a screen built with this technology, as well as touch the screen from as far as the laser can go.
Rob Wray from mp3Car talks with MaxBob about his car installation. He has fabricated his own semi-circular dash extension to re-locate the face plate of his radio. He has actually left the radio installed, and just moved the face plate that way he can put the 7 inch touch screen in place while not losing his FM radio.
Mp3car is at ESC Boston checking out what's new in the world of windows embedded. We will tweeting our findings all day today and tomorrow. Check it out @mp3car