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What is the relation of a great invention, green technology and less pollution? Microsoft seems to be heading towards that particular direction. The new Microsoft Surface is a 3D interactive projection technology is capable to turn any kind of surface into an interactive media for its users.

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Microsoft is preparing to demonstrate by this week at its employee-only Microsoft Research showcase in Redmond, a project that is called the “Mobile Surface.” This is a project planned to be shown at TechFest 2010 and it will be capable to turn coffee table or a piece of paper into a Mobile Surface using a camera-projector system.

If you have been wondering who are the people behind the amazing mobile surface, here they are:

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Besides, mobile surface technology will include 3D object model in real-time mode, augmented reality and multiple-layer 3D information presentation.

And it seems that Microsoft has ‘finally’ figured out how to turn its table-sized multi-touch Surface computer into a  small, portable device.

Some citation from Microsoft Research (MSR) Web site on the Mobile Surface:

“Our goal is to bring Microsoft Surface experience to mobile scenarios, and more importantly, to enable 3D interaction with mobile devices. We do research on how to transform any surface (e.g., a coffee table or a piece of paper) to Mobile Surface with a mobile device and a camera-projector system. Besides this, our work also includes how to get 3D object model in real-time, augmented reality and multiple-layer 3D information presentation.”

Natural user interface (NUI) technology, in general,is going to be a big emphasis at TechFest, based on some of the early information coming from Microsoft’s briefings.

One project I haven’t yet seen mentioned (but which I found on Microsoft’s Research site as one of its TechFest 2010 demos) marries NUIs, tablets and touch. That effort, known as “Project Gustav,” is an “immersive digital painting” research project, as Microsoft’s Web site describes it. More on Gustav from the Microsoft site:

“The natural interface makes Project Gustav ideal for hobbyists and professional artists alike. Project Gustav achieves a high level of interactivity and realism by leveraging the computing power of modern GPUs, taking full advantage of multitouch and tablet input technology and our novel, natural media-modeling and brush-simulation algorithms.”

With growing interest over the virtual reality devices, fewer materials are needed to build a device, and consequently, less pollution in the product creation processes.


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