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MultiTouch and Ventuz Partner in Interactive Touch Displays

Industry Leaders Combine Ground-Breaking Technologies to Deliver the Ultimate Visually-Stimulating Interactive User Experiences

NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 06/04/13 -- MultiTouch Ltd, the world leader in modular multi-touch LCD screens for large-scale displays, has announced a partnership with Ventuz Technology to create interactive display solutions on MultiTouch's MultiTaction platform.

Ventuz's 3D real-time graphics content creation, authoring and playout control software is designed for high-end use in any area of audio visual content production. Ventuz's customers include a large number of top-tier clients, such as Microsoft, Porsche and Adidas.

The partnership with MultiTouch will allow Ventuz to combine its leading-edge authoring applications with MultiTouch's MultiTaction series of LCD displays. This leverages advanced interactive features such as IR pen and Enriched Reality™ technology, and supports deployment in scalable table or wall installations of any size.

Whether applied to professional presentations, video wall setups, multi-touch applications or broadcast graphics, the MultiTouch and Ventuz partnership guarantees the finest design paired with robust stability and full functionality, even when integrated into complex hardware and software systems.

MultiTouch and Ventuz will showcase their partnership at the upcoming InfoComm 2013 show at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida from June 12-14 at MultiTouch's booth #4781. The installation will include three MultiTaction Ultra-Thin Bezel 55" displays that will demonstrate Ventuz's tools for creating 3D touch content.

MultiTouch's MultiTaction displays provide the world's most cutting-edge touch, gesture and object recognition capabilities with the innovative ability to accommodate an unlimited number of simultaneous users. They also offer unlimited stackability, while MultiTouch's Enriched Reality technology enables MultiTaction Cells to react to real-life objects placed on the screen. Ventuz will use these features to demonstrate the newest generation of their software suite Ventuz 4, which offers an enhanced video engine for outstanding performance, and will also introduce Ventuz Director which serves as a control tool for Ventuz content.

For more information on MultiTouch, please visit www.multitaction.com, as well as the MultiTouch YouTube channel at youtube.com/multitaction, and twitter.com/multitouchfi for further MultiTouch updates.

About MultiTouch Ltd
MultiTouch is a leading developer of interactive display systems, based on proprietary software and hardware designs. The company is headquartered in Helsinki, Finland, with U.S. offices in Silicon Valley, California, New York City and an office in Singapore. The company's systems are currently in use in more than 50 countries around the globe. For more information, please visit www.multitaction.com.

About Ventuz Technology AG
Ventuz Technology AG, located in Munich, Germany, is a developer of 3D real-time technologies for presentations, events and broadcast graphics. Their main goal is the creation of solutions that combine state-of-the-art technologies with high class design and thus surpass the visual expectations of any audience. A central focus lies on interactive applications.

Among the brands that have used Ventuz for their events and presentations are Microsoft, Porsche, Bosch, Adidas and many more. Furthermore, several TV-stations and production companies worldwide are utilising the broadcast-version of Ventuz, such as Fox Sports. Some of the best known productions which have been produced with Ventuz are,"Who wants to be a millionaire?", "Million Pound Drop" and "Big Brother." www.ventuz.com.

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