A lot of work goes into training your Kinect to do what it does in your living room. Take a look at the science behind what makes it work.
Yesterday in Redmond I hosted a panel discussion on creating technology that is more human and the role of design in that process. On hand were Albert Shum, Sogol Malekzadeh, … Read more »
Behind the wit and charm of Microsoft’s personal assistant technology is a team of engineers, project managers and artificial intelligence researchers with big ideas for Cortana’s future.
It’s fairly easy for people to get flushed with excitement over the potential of technologies like 3D printing and the Internet of Things, but behind many of these breakthroughs are … Read more »
How can human emotions inspire new interactions with technology and each other? Designers from Microsoft worked in tandem with design students in L.A. and New York City to answer that question.
Everyone’s favorite presentation software gets a new set of tools that make it easy to add audio, video or inking sessions, as well as monitor how well viewers understand what’s … Read more »
A team of robotics geeks from Microsoft drew inspiration from LEGO to build a MINDSTORMS version of Zoo Tycoon that uses Microsoft Azure, Windows Phone and Microsoft Surface.
A team of scientists is building a model of the environment in which we live so they can wreak havoc and identify the best ways to recover from natural and … Read more »