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  • Blog Post: Microsoft Surface and RTT PowerHouse 3-D Technology Showcased at RTT Conference

    The 10th RTT Conference in Munich in May featured the successful premiere of Realtime Technology (RTT) 3D-rendering technology Powerhouse working in conjunction with Microsoft Surface. The exhibit was one of the most visited at the conference. The combination of Microsoft Surface and RTT PowerHouse brings...
  • Blog Post: Playing with HP Multi-Touch on Win7 for Amplify09

    Today I have been having fun with the HP IQ528 – thanks HP! We are planning to use at the Amplify09 event this Friday. I installed the Windows 7 touch pack and added a beta multi-touch driver (thanks to Windows 7 TechNet forums ) and a few games such as Airhockey from IdentityMine who did some great...
  • Blog Post: Surface Car Shopping

    The BMW Product Navigator employs Microsoft's Surface to assist potential customers to hand-pick options.
  • Blog Post: PDC and Surface

    Developing for Microsoft Surface (300) SDK - Brad Carpenter WMV-HQ Video Download WMV-HQ   Some great and easy to set and understand properties to the new control types.   Also see:   PC23 Windows 7: Integrate with the Windows 7 Desktop Tue 10/28 | 3:30 PM-4:45 PM | 515B Presenter: Rob...
  • Blog Post: Out of touch - Touch Wall

    I'm obviously not keeping in touch (excuse the pun) with some of the "surface" technology. Here is a couple of examples of Touch Wall (Surface - Vertical - sort of) I missed in May. Its not to hard to see this being used in a city office lobby:
  • Blog Post: Surface first touch

    At TechEd Pre-Day today I was there when our team from Amnesia rolled out 1 of their 2 (and the only 2) in Australia.Thanks to Brady O'Halloran (Amnesia) and Tatham Oddie (Readify) for walking me through the standard and customised demo respectively. Tatham developed a pretty snazzy application in 2...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Sphere; A Multi-Touch Interactive Spherical Display

    Last weekend I was sharing with my colleagues some videos I saw of the Microsoft Sphere device. Its much like the Surface device, in that its multi-touch. Unlike the surface its rounded which makes the mind boggle. Clearly it has some sort of central projection and I would imagine infra-red cameras like...
  • Blog Post: Developing for Surface

    I want a Surface device, and not suprisingly I want the SDK. See how easy it will be to develop for XNA and WPF below,  you may want one too: Firefly is an example example of the SDK in use. From what I've heard Surface supports 52 simultaneous multi-touch interactions! I'm sure there is a killer...
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