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Columbia University Welcomes New CyberTouch Touch Wall

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Located in New York City, Columbia University’s not-so-distant relative Barnard College, offers a liberal all-women’s education about 15 minutes away from mid-town Manhattan. Home to about 45,000 people the Morningside Heights Campus at Barnard College offers academic buildings, restaurants and stores. The newest building added to the Morningside campus is the newly remolded Cheryl and Philip Milstein Center for Teaching and Learning, formerly known as Lehman Hall. The new building facilitates collaboration between faculty and students using a technologically interactive setting. The fifth floor of the new building boasts a Modular CyberTouch 4 x 2- 55” Touch Wall. This 199” Touch Walls utilizes advanced infrared touch technology and allows 40-simultaneous touch points. Due to its modular design, this Touch Wall was designed with 4 pieces of tempered safety glass and was assembled on-site.