Steve Clayton: Interactive Touchscreen Lets Users Explore The Universe In Real-Time

Steve Clayton: Interactive Touchscreen Lets Users Explore The Universe In Real-Time
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Microsoft's 'Surface' platform allows the benefit of natural user interface to be applied to browsing through outer space.

Dory Carr-Harris, PSFK
  • 15 march 2012

My friends back in the Microsoft Technology Center have been busy with Surface 2.0

In this video, David Brown from the MTC demonstrates an application called NUIVerse that is an appropriate play on the word universe. It brings a very natural user interface to exploring the universe. Fast and fluid? Oh yes…

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