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NSquared's seamless computing ties together many devices

updated 04:35 pm EDT, Tue August 30, 2011

NSquared shows off seamless computing framework

A Sydney-based outfit called nsquared has just shown off its so-called seamless computing framework in a video (embedded below). The name is appropriate, as Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Surface, Windows Phone 7 and Kinect devices are very smoothly tied together on a common project that allows a user to move around the room with a tablet or sit at the Surface and drag and drop or view content on it. Navigation, normally handled through body gestures using the Kinect, is supplanted by the tablet's touchscreen interface.

There is no indication offered by presenter Dr. Neil Roodyn of whether or how users can get their hands on the interface.






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