There are still many hurdles to be hurdled before we have Terminator style contact lenses but the University of Washington is making impressive progress. Me, I'm imagining this hooked up to realtime facial recognition for a world of augmented reality.
The video doesn’t really do TechFest justice in that there is so much more to see than can be captured in a little over 2 minutes – in fact if you want to see more of the actual demos, check out other posts this week on the blog. For a snapshot of what TechFest is all about though, this is a great little video.
Today is the first day of Microsoft Research TechFest here at our Redmond HQ - it's my first time at the event and I thought it would be worthwhile to explore what technology transfer means and why TechFest is a vital part of the process that delivers products like Kinect.
What would you do with a 234" touch screen? I have some ideas...maybe turn the walls (inside) my house in to interactive displays?
Microsoft's head search guy, Qi Lu, delivered a punchy speech this week at Imagine 2011 with a call to arms - it's time to reorganize the web.