InkSeine – Rethink your ink

InkSeine – Rethink your ink

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I wanted to share and interesting research project that the fine folks at Microsoft Research have been working on called InkSeine.  As they say:

InkSeine is a prototype ink application from Microsoft Research.
It is designed from the ground up to have a user interface uniquely tailored to pen input.

I have seen this a couple time at the Microsoft Techfest that Microsoft hosts so employees can see a lot of the cool technology coming from Microsoft Research (here in Redmond, Cambridge UK, India & Asia).  They have taken an interesting twist on using a Tablet with ink, UI interface and search integration.  I would recommend checking it out, you can download it and try it out on your computer.  Also you can check out a video of it in action:

Check it out: InkSeine (http://research.microsoft.com/InkSeine/)
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  • Looks nice... Can we expect any of this stuff in the next OneNote?

  • It looks to me like they're reprising OneNote.  There are some interesting ideas there, but I don't see the point of a separate product.

  • Yeap, just looks like half of one-note with better ink/gesture support.  These features would do better in one note, imo.

  • Yeap, just looks like half of one-note with better ink/gesture support.  These features would do better in one note, imo.

  • Those of us who have been long-time tablet users and OneNote users deserve to see this integrated into OneNote, as the functionality is brilliant. I know you can't say if you're considering this, but tell me anyway!

  • So, does this Research Team interface with the OneNote Team?  I hope so.  I especially hope that the InkSeine features can be folded into OneNote!  Are they compatible, or are we re-inventing the wheel?

  • So, does this Research Team interface with the OneNote Team?  I hope so.  I especially hope that the InkSeine features can be folded into OneNote!  Are they compatible, or are we re-inventing the wheel?

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