Creating your own multi-touch surface programs and applications has now become easier! The Kinect Microsoft Surface 2.0 SDK and the EVOLUCE Two has made it possible for users to expand their multi-touch programs. This video by Wolfgang Herfurtner displays the potential of this new SDK and how the Evoluce Two Multi-Touch screen can add variety and depth to software. The tandem of both software and hardware entities along with the Kinect will indeed usher in a new era of user interfaces and computing to the world.
Read the developers’ description to better understand the product:
“The Evoluce TWO combines the power of the Kinect sensor with the amazing possibilities of surface computing experiences. Up to four users can work, play and learn on the 46” true multi-touch LCD at the same time as it detects more than 60 simultaneous inputs.
User can collaborate by controlling photos, videos, documents, maps and custom applications created with the new Microsoft® Surface® 2.0 SDK. The 3D depth-sensing technology of the Kinect sensor in combination with the intelligent MIM 3.0 multi-touch software unleashes amazing possibilities for a multitude of multi-user applications that will excite users and customers.
With the Microsoft® Surface® 2.0 SDK, software developers can easily create applications to take advantage of the next generation Evoluce TWO multi-touch device. The development platform delivers familiarity and innovation opportunities as it is possible to build upon Windows 7, NET 4.0 and WPF 4.0. The Surface SDK integrates with Visual Studio 2010 and developers benefit from consistency in experience across Windows 7 devices. Multi-user, multi-touch and object interaction enable unique innovative experiences.”
For more information about the Kinect MS Surface 2.0 for the Evoluce Two, visit the project’s Youtube Page.