Advanced Development Team
Microsoft Research, Redmond
Manager: Darren Gehring
work phone: 425 705-7981
- Gesture Keyboard
The Gesture Keyboard is an alternative graphical keyboard that works with Windows 7/8/8.1 desktops that are touch and/or stylus enabled. Its most dominant characteristic is that it brings the full character set to one keyboard (i.e., no switching to secondary or tertiary keyboards) without expanding the footprint of the current default keyboard. This is accomplished by augmenting the core QWERTY layout with four simple intuitive gestures. It enables you to type faster, in minutes!
Below are the projects and people that I worked with.
Natural, Dynamic, Data Visualization
Drawbridge is a research prototype of a new form of virtualization for application sandboxing. Drawbridge combines two core technologies: First, a picoprocess, which is a process-based isolation container with a minimal kernel API surface. Second, a library OS, which is a version of Windows enlightened to run efficiently within a picoprocess.
Wireless Mesh ID Networking Project
- Data Center Genome Project
The DC Genome Project is a joint project between Microsoft Research (MSR) and Microsoft Global Foundation Services (GFS). The goal of the project is to use data-driven and feedback control approaches to monitor, analyze, and improve data center operation efficiencies, to maximize data center capacity utilization, and to minimize their environmental impacts.
Kinect SDK Project
- Kinect for Windows SDK Beta
The Kinect for Windows SDK beta from Microsoft Research is a programming toolkit for application developers. It enables the academic and enthusiast communities easy access to the capabilities offered by the Microsoft Kinect device connected to computers running the Windows 7 operating system.