UPDATE: I have finally had a chance to finish the video I have been making to showcase all this stuff so here it is...
31 demos in 39 minutes!
1. Microsoft Research Group Shot2. Sea Dragon (TED Video)3. Photosynth4. Microsoft Research HD View (Auckland, Wellington)5. Virtual Earth (Live Labs on the Map)6. Bill Buxton's Presentation from Expression around the Clock7. Microsoft Surface8. Silverlight 1.1 Alpha Surface Demonstration (Video Support) 9. French Silverlight 1.0 Application (Script#)10. Tablet Features in WPF - Inking Over Video Sample, Ink Support Silverlight 1.0, Silverlight Ink SDK Sample11. Silverlight 1.0 Inking Search Sample12. Live Image Search (filters)13. Tafiti Search Visualization14. GPS location based interactive community (Where is Frank?)15. Silverlight 1.1 Alpha Invaders - Code16. Contoso Bicycle Club - Windows Live Quick Applications17. Live Messenger Integration Demo - Details18. http://backgroundmotion.com - Code/ Source Code19. Microsoft Popfly20. Windows Live Photo Gallery21. Windows Home Server22. LCI Intégrale23. Livestation24. WebGuide25. hsn.tv26. thirteen23 :: denounce27. How About It?28. the-hub.tv29. Glenn Conner Interview - Amazon Demo Silverlight 1.1 Alpha30. Building a 3D WPF Gesture Application - Code31. Building a Video Player in 8 mins with Silverlight 1.0
Links from my recent Mashup the Web presentations...
All Blacks Silverlight Gadget
Photosynth - Nasa
Contoso Bike Club
Silverlight Space Invaders
Image Search (filter:face)
Evermore Reflection Video - Silverlight 1.0
Trex 3D - WPF
Scott at MIX UK
Shane - Wireframing in Blend - Starter Project
Aussie Remix videos
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