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Guests of the Sesame Workshop are exploring "The Longest Street in the World" with the Samsung SUR40 for Microsoft Surface. This amazing journey, brought to you by the letter "S" – Sesame Street, Second Story and SUR40 – enables children, Muppets and adults to explore the rich history of television's most beloved educational show. Second Story Interactive Studios shares that, "The [SUR40] communicates a wealth of information while keeping the experience fun, accessible, and easy to navigate. The interface, taking the form of a colorful and looping pathway, presents a compelling landscape of triggerable stories."
"Content 'pockets' reveal details about the beloved Muppets, while hidden animations reward the curious visitor with unexpected animations," Second Story notes. "In other nodes, visitors can watch show-opening clips from Sesame Workshop's co-productions around the world, and see how Sesame Workshop's approach has been adapted to local cultures and educational needs."
Image: Sesame Workshop & Second Story
The Sesame Street / Second Story collaboration produces one of the finest Surface applications to date. The integration of content and design is seemless, and extremely well done! Please visit Sesame Workshop to learn more about their mission: "...to help children everywhere reach their highest potential." Also, be sure to checkout the Second Story website for more details on the project.
Fanboy's note: In case you haven't seen Being Elmo: A Puppeteer's Journey, it's a very inspiring documentary and you should definitely check it out!
Bernie Lo, host of CNBC's Straight Talk with Bernie Lo, recently sat down Andrew Bradbury, founder of Hong Kong winebar Amo Eno to discuss how technology is tranforming the hospitality and retail experience. Together they discuss how Hong Kong based Amo Eno uses the Samsung SUR40 for Microsoft Surface and other technologies to assist its customers with the wine selection and purchase process. Please view the full interview below:
According to Amo Eno, "The interactive Amo Eno Touch Table allows you to approach wine as never before. Explore flavor profiles, compare grape varietals, and contrast regions with the tap of a finger. Rate and review your selections, then post your comments to Facebook. Just drop your Amo Eno card on the table…your personal profile keeps track of your likes and dislikes, and will even suggest new wines to try based upon your preferences. It’s informative, intuitive, and best of all - simple." They are located on the 3rd floor of Hong Kong’s iconic IFC Mall, where they bring together wine, design, technology and people.