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27 : 07 : 2009 Interactive : Smart Technology : Multi-touch

At Clo, a wine bar in New York, guests explore the 100-strong selection of wines via a swish multi-user, multi-touch projection menu. Three blocks east, at the Adour restaurant in the St Regis Hotel, oenophiles sit at the goatskin-upholstered bar to navigate, on a tabletop activated through motion-sensor technology, the history and tasting notes of their selected tipple. It’s not all Tempranillo all the time: at the Museum at Eldridge Street in downtown Manhattan, visitors crowd around the interactive Limud (Yiddish for ‘learning’) Tables to immerse themselves in early-20th-century immigrant life.

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