The Innovations of Microsoft’s New Research Building

microsoft-research-buildingRobert Scoble Scobleizer Fast TV has made a one hour video from the new Microsoft’s New Research Building in Seattle.  It is Kevin Schofield explaining the work carried out in the building.  The office had been in operation for 3 months at the time of the video.  Microsoft is principally a software company and is doing research on surface touch technology and voice activated camera switching for teleconferences.  Actually this is a much needed requirement.  I’m sick of not being able to hear a new lecture, simply because he or she hasn’t been handed a microphone or is holding it too close.   The video runs an hour and can only be streamed NOT downloaded, except by RealPlayer 11 which displays a Download Video selectable link to a Flash file which can then be played in RealPlayer.

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