Thursday, October 30, 2008

Microsoft | Microsoft researchers work toward three-dimension computing | Seattle Times Newspaper

This was a very compelling demo during the Wednesday keynote

The next version of Windows, unveiled here this week, will have new capabilities to work without a mouse and a keyboard, letting people manipulate some computers more naturally by simply touching the screen.

Microsoft researchers Wednesday showed a prototype technology called SecondLight that some day could push man-machine interaction a step further, off the screen and into three dimensions.

Microsoft | Microsoft researchers work toward three-dimension computing | Seattle Times Newspaper

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