MultiTaction Curved iWall: Comprised of nine vertically-oriented, 55-inch high-definition displays that curve in front of portions of three walls, this highly sophisticated video wall affords multiple users the simultaneous opportunity to tactically manipulate images, digital files, and other forms of data.
How to use a Canvas on the MultiTaction Wall
Workspaces enable you to split the viewport into separate sections so that two or more users can work independently on the screen without interfering with each other’s work. By default, there is a single workspace that extends across the entire screen. You can split a canvas into three areas and define each area using anchors or designating separate canvases for each workspace.
Anchors are fixed areas of the canvas. You can jump to an individual anchor or you can make a presentation or ‘slideshow’ that glides through a series of anchors in a predefined sequence.
To create an anchor: