Padzilla Too Interactive Case delivers the largest ever gesture controlled iPad experience
Crunchy Logistics has demonstrated its latest innovation designed for the iPad. The new product which will be known as the Padzilla Too Interactive Case lets you use your new iPad together with a Microsoft Kinect and a huge high definition display.
This is the largest interactive reproduction of an iPad in the world spanning 24 feet wide and 12 feet tall. The giant iPad display is constructed through the newest 3.5mm LED wall matrix display technology. 3.5mm is the thinnest LED separation currently possible for this type of LED matrix display which increases pixel density to possible “Retina” display quality at typical viewing distances. Padzilla now enables the user to interact on a large scale from a multitouch reproduction platform and is now multi-input gesture capable. This gives a great deal of flexibility on an already popular platform with thousands of apps for entertainment and business presentation purposes.
This is not the first time that we have seen a very impressive demonstration by Crunchy Logistics, last year we saw the original Padzilla Case. The problem with all of these innovations will be the initial cost of the hardware. The original Padzilla was rumoured to cost around $30-40,000; so we can only imagine that this one could cost a little bit more than that.
However, it would be a very impressive presentation tool or interactive advertising billboard. Of course if moneys no object, it could also be a way to impress all of your friends when you fire up a game of Fruit Ninja on that huge screen!
Source: Crunchy Logistics