Hacker Connect January 16 in New York
An event for and by the real estate tech community

Looking for homes can be a pressing matter -- especially when you're using a touch-screen. TableTouch Inc., a San Francisco company, offers a technology that allows consumers to literally window-shop for homes on the Web by touching a window at a real estate office. The company's technology features a computer display screen that is mounted against an office's window glass. A weak electrical charge allows the monitor to sense and react to the touch of the window just like the click of a mouse on a Web link -- similar to ATM machines that allow users to press a display screen rather than physical buttons. Several real estate offices are using the technology, dubbed the StoreFront Browser Monitor. The cost of a 19-inch monitor is about $6,000 and a 23-inch version costs about $7,000, plus ad...