Dr. Neil Roodyn, a long time friend of this site and many in the Tablet PC space, met up with the Surface team to go over some new education centered applications built for Microsoft Surface. Dr. Roodyn’s company is called nsquared. Those who follow touch, multi-touch, and education will love what nsquared is working on.
Eric Havir meets with Dr. Neil Roodyn of nsquared to discuss his education focused applications on Microsoft Surface. The apps that nsquared produced are Letters, Numbers, Circuits and Chemistry. These are very simple proof-of-concept applications, but they have the potential to make technology in the classroom a very social experience.
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