Adobe’s CS3 Interactive Wall Performs More Like Buggy Version of Photoshop 3.0


We were pleasantly surprised to see coverage of the newest component to Adobe’s “Creative License” campaign in the NY Times awhile back. The interactive wall, which launched July 13 in Union Square, allows people to move a scroll bar from left to right as the sound-enhanced graphics become more animated and colorful.

But over at Speak Up we learn that the much-ballyhooed interactive wall, which is the corporate branding accessory of the moment, is more Mac Paint than Minority Report. See this video review from a troupe of New York geeks who perform a stunning choreographed routine to demonstrate the wall’s features, followed by a very detailed and technical description by one bystander about how it works.