I realise it’s a little old news but just got round to having look at this video and what travel tainment have to offer along with Microsoft’s Surface Technology unit.
Looking at it from a travel professional point of view surface could be a big part of the way we deliver our content to...
This is a demo video from Microsoft Research for their MirageTable, a 3-D stereoscopic projector which projects content directly on top of the curved screen. The information is captured by the Kinect camera, which also tracks the user’s gaze, pretty impressive can’t wait until it becomes mainstream.
Posted by Happydude | Posted in Gaming, Sport | Posted on 17-09-2010
Power Snooker is an innovative re-working of the traditional game.
In Power Snooker points count, frames don’t – the player scoring the most points in half an hour wins it has the official blessing of Barry Hearn’s World Snooker and will form part of the World Snooker calendar of events.
Yesterday at the famous TED talks Peter Molyneux veteran games designer showcased “Milo” the “virtual human” created with Microsoft that reacts to a person’s emotions, body movements and voice. Milo, as he is known, is designed for use with the new Xbox 360 motion controller called Kinect, there are no release dates yet but as soon as we here more we will let you know.