Evidemment, tous le monde en parle, alors difficile de passer a cote. Pour les retardataires, Microsoft a devoile son premier projet de table interactive. ^_^
Ces nouveaux objets sont bien sur tres attirant, meme si ce n'est pas demain la veille qu'on les aura chez nous...
Over the years we've seen plenty of surface and gestural interface computing systems and prototypes, but nothing mass-market -- nothing consumable, if you will.
Microsoft aims to change all that with Surface, its first foray into surface / gestural interfaces; arriving in the form of a 30-inch table-like display, Microsoft envisions its eventual uses as pervasive as imaginable, like ordering beverages from your restaurant table and silently scanning your wine bottle's RFID tag to automagically present information on the vineyard and vintage.
Sure, some of it's pretty pie in the sky, but Microsoft is touting Surface's multi-touch, multi-user interface, object recognition and gestural interaction, and it's out to dispel myths of vaporware with limited 2007 rollouts in T-Mobile stores, Starwood hotels, and even Harrah's in Vegas.
[ Engadget ]