Tuesday, October 14, 2008
The students who came to see Craig Mundie were captivated by Microsoft Surface, a tabletop computing surface that allows several users to work independently or together without a mouse or a keyboard.
The grad students who showed off their posters and then participated in a roundtable with Mundie got to see into the inner workings of Microsoft Research that doesn't get covered in the fun demos.
Watch Calit2's Webcast here. See more photos from the event on Calit2's Flikr photostream.
Read the story on the Jacobs School Web site here.