Putting Your Work ID Badge to Work
An Interactive Belt-worn Badge with a Retractable String-based Input Mechanism, a note from Microsoft Research Cambridge accepted for CHI 2013, describes a computing prototype device designed to provide quick, easy access to useful information.
Easy Prototyping With Microsoft Gadgeteer
Build your own consumer electronics with this system from Microsoft.
.NET Gadgeteer Stirs Excitement in British Schools
Wouldn’t it be great if youngsters could build their own gadgets at school? This is exactly what more than 70 British students, aged 13-16, are doing by using .NET Gadgeteer, from Microsoft Research.
A World of NUI: Steve Hodges
Steve Hodges of the Sensors and Devices team at Microsoft Research Cambridge discusses natural user interfaces in the wake of his demonstrations of KinectEffect during CES 2012.
Microsoft ‘HoloDesk’ Project Takes Us Closer to "Star Trek"
A Microsoft Research project called “HoloDesk” uses a Kinect sensor to let people interact with 3-D virtual images as if they were physical objects.
.NET Gadgeteer: Launch Pad for Devices
A Microsoft Research Cambridge team combines modular hardware and .NET-based software to create a device that takes months off the time needed to create gadget prototypes.
Students’ Task: Think Computer Science
On Dec. 11, more than 400 U.K. teenagers attended the annual Think Computer Science event, sponsored by Microsoft Research Cambridge.
Innovation: Looking Forward to the Smarter Smartphone
Microsoft Research Cambridge's Alex Butler is among those working on the next game-changing technology for the smartphone.
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