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Okay, so I’ve got to open the Microsoft launch notations with a link to:
P O P U L A R Mechanics.

Might be interesting to explore the concept of Surfaces | Project Milan, Microsoft’s recent pronouncement. And you can find good content there.

But what I wonder about, is the fact that Jeff Han,

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the lone researcher and interactive designer of touch interface, Perceptive Pixel, offered his opening presentation at TED on this “concept”, in 2006. Bill goes to the big D and has to have something. Steve Jobs goes with the iPhone.So, I’m wondering: How did Microsoft come up with something so reminiscent of the work of Han, revealed two years ago, presented at TED | 2006 — and formalized in 2007, as shown below? At least there are some strings to acknowledging his connection to the concept of a multi-person touch screen — especially with these capacities…Makes me wonder.

You can see the overview, my amazements, at Girvin d.log – Jeff Han @ TED, I had a chance to connect — briefly — with Jeff at TED. Genuine. Solid energy. Sweet person.

What might be interesting about exploring that is the concept of what I do with my hands, and what that might do with a screen like that. I did that with Steve Jobs and the mouse — 1982. Here, too, perhaps.?

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Link to Fast Company article

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