We are all familiar with the Microsoft Surface, the multi-touch interactive table, but recently Microsoft unveiled some new developments they are hoping to implement into the next version.  At TechFest 2009 Microsoft's Research and Development team are showcasing new projection technology that allows interaction with the Surface above the actual device.  The new upgrade, codenamed SecondLight, includes an additional projector hidden inside the Surface product body that will detect a basic hand held viewfinder held over the screen that can be used to project additional images on.

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