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Microsoft 'Ultimate Display'

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Uploaded on Feb 22, 2011

One of the concepts shown in Microsoft's popular "future of productivity" video is a large display that lets children on different sides of the world interact with one another as if standing on opposite sides of a giant pane of glass -- with the ability to see the other side in three dimensions, change perspective by moving around, and draw and animate objects on the display with their fingers, among other features.

Microsoft hasn't actually achieved that breakthrough yet, at least not that it's saying publicly. But researchers in the company's Applied Sciences Group are working on the different pieces required to make it possible.

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