Microsoft Sphere - anyone for 3D Pong?

Microsoft's much-touted touchscreen Surface PC has gone all 3D and spherical, with a new video from Microsoft's research labs in Redmond showing off an impressive new prototype of the Microsoft Sphere.

The spherical computer prototype's multi-touch user interface uses infrared tech to detect hands and fingers dragging icons across the screen, in addition to an internal projection system developed by Global Imagination.

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SpecialSauce3705d ago (Edited 3705d ago )

wuts this????? is MS actually being innovative???? o nooooo never mind just a touch screen monitor wraped in a hug ball for some pointless reason. *sighs* reminds me of an Iphone. LOL!

jcfilth3705d ago (Edited 3705d ago )

I heard it got the Red Sphere Of Death!! 0_0


Looks interesting.

Leathersoup3705d ago (Edited 3705d ago )

Forget 3D Pong.... I'm still waiting for 6D pong.

THE_JUDGE3705d ago

of Pong since everything that came out after it came out, I'll pass.

joemayo763705d ago (Edited 3705d ago )

hmmm... i really think this is one of those really interesting, but not too practical invention u see around the web. I don't know how something like this could apply to everyday use, outside some spherical apps (although the real-time globe, and 360 photo sound kinda neat) I don't think those are enough to warrant such a device though.

And yes i am aware that this is just a concept invention, my point is why invest money into R&D for such a trivial "product?" that doesn't appear to add any value to your company.

anyways thats my 2 cents plz discuss....

edhe3705d ago

Why not?

To prove something can be done is just normal.

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