Baanto(TM) Inc.

Baanto(TM) Inc.

March 23, 2010 10:44 ET

Baanto™ Tests Against a Leading Touch Capable PC With Surprising Results

MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - March 23, 2010) - Baanto™ Inc. recently conducted comparisons between their revolutionary new 2D optical touch technology and one of the leading touch enabled PCs. The results, which were filmed live, were surprising. The Baanto™ prototype product demonstrated significant performance improvements over the commercial system. The live video of the tests can be seen on the Baanto™ website at: http://baanto.com/index.php/technology/touchscreen.html or is available on YouTube in the Baanto channel.

Baanto™ systems, which are based on a breakthrough in optical sensor technology and its application to object tracking, are capable of producing highly effective and accurate tracking of active or passive objects at a cost well below that of systems currently on the market. Baanto™ technology allows for true multi-touch applications without compromising speed (up to 10,000 FPS), or fidelity and at a cost significantly lower than its competitors. The technology can be used as a cost effective direct replacement for almost every current touch technology yet offers considerable performance improvements. The simplicity and effectiveness of Baanto™ technology also offers significant advantages over competing technologies across a range of applications that include Gaming, Interactive Whiteboards and Rehabilitation.

Baanto™ is a Canadian corporation, based in Mississauga, Ontario that is marketing a revolutionary new tracking technology, which can be used in a variety of 2D and 3D applications. The product will produce highly accurate results at a cost well below that of systems currently on the market.

Baanto™ was established by Nytric Ltd in 2009 for the purpose of commercialisation of the proprietary motion capture technology invented by them, and which is now the core of Baanto™ products. Patent assignment and IP transfer from Nytric to Baanto™ was completed Q4, 2009, with 6 patent filings completed and a further 22 in process.

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