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Presentation: Touch Me Baby
Presenter: Lee Brimelow, Adobe Systems Inc

Filmed at the SOLD OUT FITC Toronto 2010 Design Festival
More info at FITC.ca

Flash Player 10.1 introduces a full, native multi-touch API that allows you to create some amazing applications. Multi-touch interactions are now very common thanks to devices like the iPhone. In this session you will learn how to build applications using native multi-touch feedback as well as how to use the built-in gesture support for things like scaling and rotating. Oh and the title of this session is just a play on words. Please don't touch me.

About Lee Brimelow
Lee Brimelow is a Platform Evangelist with Adobe and an award-winning interactive designer. He has worked in the past for companies such as America Online, Netscape, eBay, Stanford University, and Frog Design and has a passion for developing new and innovative ways of using the Flash Platform to create rich user experiences. He runs the popular technology blog at theFlashBlog.com, produces the free Flash tutorial resource at gotoAndLearn.com, and has a regular column on Flash in Layers Magazine. Lee is also the author of several titles for Lynda.com including Flash Professional 8 Video Integration and After Effects 7 + Flash 8 Integration.

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