The present information with surface has received more attention in recent. This technology arise like as never before, As we seen in movies as the island, quantum of solace and avatar are best at the thought of managing information with our fingers and treating to know keyboard, the mouse computation. Multi-touch surface having phones, tablets, info kiosks, GPS devices, monitors, e-book readers around the consumer world. Where it senses touch more than one position and provides unique possibilities which are affordable aspects of sustainability. Due to recent innovations touch technology has become affordable. Unlike interaction on a desktop computer touch allows users to interact with the same device. To demonstrate the vast possibilities of touch technologies an ‘Interactive Dining Table’ can be constructed which can be utilised in a hotel. The other dimension to propose this new system is to reduce need of excess manpower and to eliminate excess time spend on giving manual order through waiter. The touch table constructed is a camera and Projector based multi-touch device. The order can be placed by simply touching the available food menus. This automated menu card system gains many advantages over traditional menu ordering system.
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Rutuja K. Deshmukh
P.G. Student, Department of Computer Science & Engineering, SGBAU, Sipna COET, Amravati, Maharashtra, India.