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Old 03-02-2009, 02:49 AM
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Microsoft's vision for the future


At a recent event of Wharton Business Technology Conference, Microsoft unveiled its vision for the future. Microsoft's Office Labs provided the video above demonstrating that vision. The clip is full of Microsoft Surface tables and walls, multitouch devices and electronic papers, all of those communicating with wireless technologies.

Enjoy the video and prepare for the future, as those technologies are not that far away.
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We have created a suite of multi touch applications which come with various Win7 touch devices: the Windows 7 Touch Pack. For developers, we’re working to make most of the Surface SDK functionality available for use on Win7 touch hardware through a combination of integrating multi touch functionality into .NET/WPF 4.0 as well as releasing what we call the “Microsoft Surface Toolkit with Windows Touch”. More detail on this are in the video linked to at the start of the thread.

That said, the v1 Microsoft Surface input system, applications, shell, SDK, etc are for use only with Microsoft Surface hardware. The docs which come with that describe how to customize the launcher, attract, etc. Reverse engineering the software to run it on alternative touch hardware (for profit or otherwise) is most certainly not an intended use for it and I strongly encourage reviewing the EULA. I think this is fairly straightforward and reasonable but if you still have questions on this topic, please consult a lawyer.
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Microsoft is trying to forge ahead, even if they achieve 100% they deserve all the credit for the effort. To put it differently: image what the world we live in the absence of the Microsoft. None of Windows XP. just my op. I admire everything that Bill Gates, it is always in motion to get people to go to software development.
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