Although there are major game companies showing off their newest titles at this year's Game Developers Conference, it's also a great way to see hardware other than our generic consoles pushing out some new interactive ideas.
Circle Twelve has been working hard on their newest project, DiamondTouch. Focusing more on collaborative efforts in the business environment, this technology has also had its fair share of games, giving it the unique ability to entertain children and drunkards alike.
Don't take my word for it; check out the video interview with Adam Bouge, president of Circle Twelve Inc., after the jump.
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