Microsoft SecondLight Adds Extra Layers to Surface

Microsoft seems to be throwing every wild touchscreen idea it can into research right now, first prototyping their weird SideSight cellphone motion detector » 10/22/08 1:30am 10/22/08 1:30am earlier this week, and now revealing SecondLight, a “magic lens” compatriot to their Surface multitouch table. SecondLight allows users to slide a type of…

Microsoft Survey Hints At "Oahu," Surface Multitouch Table At Consumer…

Microsoft is at least considering » 10/15/08 4:11am 10/15/08 4:11am releasing a consumer-priced version of its Surface computer, if a marketing research survey is to believed. The survey is centered around a device called “Oahu,” which, from its description, sounds a lot like the table we've all come to know and love: a multitouch flat screen that…