Surface Computing

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Microsoft Surface Goes Campaigning

It looks like Microsoft Surface is going to be joining the campaign trail this fall. MSNBC is showing off a customized Surface Table running software from Vecto...
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TouchKit’s Open Source Multi-Touch

TouchKit is just that, a kit for working with multi-touch. It is both open source software and hardware that has to be hooked up to a separate computer and pro...
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Spherical Surface to Debut

With news that Microsoft is trying prove that the world is indeed round, it shouldn't come as a surprise that they are trying to up the ante in their argument b...
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Panasonic Has a Touch Wall Too

Looks like Microsoft isn’t the only one working on a Touch Wall. Panasonic is showing off its Digital Wall as well. It is quite big, and according t...
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Microsoft Surface goes mobile?

Well, not exactly, but Microsoft Surface might play a role in changing what we consider mobile technology.   Rather than carrying our own independent...
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Surface Goes To Disney

Microsoft and Disney have partnered together to bring a new attraction to Disney-goers: The Innoventions Dream Home.Checkout this video which shows the home...
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Video Wrap-Up on Surface

I've been posting up a boat-load of videos regarding Surface the past few days, and plan an editorial wrap-up on my thoughts about Surface, consumers, vertica...
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Meet the Surface Team

I've made several trips to Microsoft in the past years, but I think this most recent one to visit with the Surface team ranks up there as one of the best. Folks...
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Microsoft Surface Does Vegas

Well, we've known all along that Microsoft Surface was headed for casinos as that was one of the early rollout targets. Looks like it has hit the strip, or at l...
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Windows 7 Touch Being Demoed at D6?

If Mary Jo has her sources right, we might be getting a glimpse of touch and gesture support in Windows 7 courtesy of the D6 conference. More thoughts on touch...
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Surface Videos with Andy Wilson

We got to see some of this in Redmond earlier this year,  and now Robert Scoble has some video of some of the Surface technology being explained by Andy Wilson....
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Microsoft Shows Off LaserTouch

Microsoft researchers are showing off their stuff at the 4th Research Road Show, and as a part of the fun, Andy Wilson showed off a new multi-touch system that...
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TouchWall and Plex Video

Here’s a video of TouchWall and Plex in action. > And some more info from CrunchGear: TouchWall consists of three infrared lasers that scan a sur...
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Do-It-Yourself Multi-Touch Table

Don’t want to wait for Microsoft Surface to make it to a location near you, or impatient with the pace of Surface becoming a consumer product. Why not do...
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Microsoft Surface in AT&T Stores

Given that there are very few AT&T Stores (only 5) equipped with the Microsoft Surface table after yesterday's launch, this video should give you a little v...
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Getting in Touch With Andy Wilson

Another highlight of our visit with Microsoft Research was getting to know the man behind Microsoft Surface - Andy Wilson. His office is full of adaptive inter...
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Surface at AT&T Store Video

Most of us won't have the pleasure of seeing a Surface computer in a AT&T store. However, we can live vicariously through this video demonstrating what cus...