The History of the World Cup Touchscreen is Made for Football Fans

 - Oct 19, 2011
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In anticipation for the Football World Cup in 2018, the organizing committee in Russia has created an interactive touchscreen featuring the history of the World Cup.

Measuring 18 meters long, the multi-touch digital display will give the viewer an ample amount of information about each past tournament complete with scores and details of the countries it was held in. Created by the tech-savvy minds at Interactive Lab, the project may be a little premature considering Russia will not be hosting for another six years.

Surprisingly, the screen has details on the two scheduled World Cups that have yet to happen.The screen represents 2014 hostng country of Brazil with detailed stats about the stadiums that have been built in anticipation of the athletic event. Russia also has detailed information about their upcoming chance to host the event.

Sure to make any football fan smile from ear to ear, the history of the World Cup touchscreen makes sports education easy.