Fabio Sergio writes about using standard consumer devices as infrastructure for all kinds of touch-enabled devices.
“Apple’s smaller-scale touchware has become so ubiquitous that it’s easier to consider it as a foundation, rather than as a building. I am guessing that the same will happen at a larger scale, and the iPad will soon appear as touchfrastructure wherever and whenever a portable, comfortably-sized touchscreen will be needed. I can see lots of reasons why such scenarios won’t be rare. Quite the opposite, actually.”
Link: Touchfrastructure meets the hypepad (frogdesign.com)