Surface In Action Archive

The Walt Disney Co. has invested heavily in an amusement park cum 3-D gaming experience where the user can go on shooting spree like a video game in a real life amusement park. Opened last Tuesday the Californian Adventure based next to the Disney Land in Anaheim California is an amusement park where riders get a 3- D glass, ride the vehicle and travel though the carnival hosted by character from the Toy Story film. Each rider has his won weapon and can go on rapid fire fashion along giants screen displaying classic board games. Toy story Midway Manis is the first phase of billion dollar investment by Disney land to bring in chain of amusement park along the Disney Land which will be coupled

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It was D-day for Microsoft Surface, as its much-awaited debut finally created history in a Las Vegas casino bar. It was a perfect party night for revelers who just could not stop gushing at the hi-tech tabletop computer, which entertained guests over food and spirits. And all this has been possible because of Harrah’s Entertainment Inc, which commissioned six Microsoft Surface computers tailor-made for a bar at its Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino. A Harrah’s spokesperson confirmed that it has customized the software to be installed in the casino bar and fitted it with cameras to give real life experience to the guests who could order drinks, create cocktail recipes with their choicest liquor and even know interesting facts about the origin of the wine.

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When people have been thinking about Multitouch technology, it is really the Surface Computer that has challenged the boundaries of modern era technology. While the Apple iPhone has already been on the market for some time, it is the Surface that people have been talking about because of all of the extra features that Surface has over the iPhone. Well, while the Surface’s extra features have resulted in a price tag that is really the same thing practically as not even sending the Surface to the market, stores like AT&Tare starting to take advantage of things by reporting that they will be placing Surface computers in their stores. AT&Thas stores all around the United States and on April 17th they will be conducting an experiment

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Microsoft Surface is being demoed on 20 of this month at San Diego Sheraton Marina. If You want to get up close and have some fun with the Surface, then this event is not something to be missed! Event Details: Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina 1380 Harbor Island Drive · San Diego, California 92101, Phone: (619) 291-2900 Wednesday, February 20 Afternoon to 5 PM Cost: Free and open to the public

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Microsoft is a name synonymous with innovation and making life simpler. After changing lives of millions of people worldwide with their technological inventions under the able leadership of Mr. Bill Gates, the year 2008 is also a turnaround year for Microsoft when it launches its most interactive application – Microsoft Surface. There is a widespread excitement about the Microsoft Surface’s utility and the way it transforms imagination into reality. You must have dreamt of touching the surface of the deep blue sea as you see it on your computer or television screen. But Microsoft Surface have made that possible. You can actually make movements with your hands and swirl the water on the screen. One of the many likely place where Microsoft Surface is expected

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T3 has recently got a chance to play with the Microsoft Surface, and they have posted a nice video in which you can see them having fun with it. From T3: T3 was treated to a visit by the much anticipated Surface computer this week. Shipped all the way from the States, it’s the first taste of the touch-sensitive tabletop in the UK. Not only were we blown away, but Microsoft says the product’s well on its way to the real world, and that we’ll be stroking them in public before next year. That is, if you’re in the US. Several firms have signed up to use Surface in their stores, hotels and casinos. There are even plans to let the technology take orders in

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Earlier this year, Microsoft unveiled its Surface tabletop PC, and now Redmond is taking the technology demonstration on the road. Recently, it stopped off in London, where News.com sister site Silicon.com had a chance to take a closer look. The Surface system, also known by the Milan code name, uses a 30-inch screen, several cameras, a PC running the Vista operating system and a projector to create an interactive, touch-sensitive environment that reacts to objects coming into contact with its flat surface. This application shows an image of the bed of a stream. When you place a finger on the screen, it reacts as if you have disturbed the water above the pebbles. The Surface device currently costs between $5,000 and $10,000, but Microsoft hopes

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Guests And The Public To Experience Hands-On Interaction With Digital Content Through Product’s Unique Capabilities Renowned Artist, Charles Pachter to Demonstrate Surface’s Interactive Painting Feature with Creation of Original Artwork TORONTO, Sept. 14 /CNW/ – The Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel will host live demonstrations of Microsoft Surface, a revolutionary new surface computing product that was recently unveiled to major fanfare. For one day only, Saturday, September 15, from 11AM to 4PM, guests and the public can experience Microsoft Surface – a 30-inch display in a table-like form factor that recognizes natural gestures, touch and physical objects, enabling hands-on, interaction with digital content such as photos, music and maps. Microsoft Surface will roll out in Sheraton Hotels within the U.S. and Canada starting late spring 2008,

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