Microsoft's vision for the upcoming years



I do not know whether you know it, but ... I intent to show my clients best and or new ways to improve their business and to spread their communication channels - There is so much more than PC, Mac and Laptop to use interactive services and applications ...

On YouTube I found this vision for a interactive future, this video is a treat for the eyes of each geek, nerd, futurist and every one who is keen to look beyond the standards.



... and in all these cases and stituations I consider about how our live and work as well as our convenience, productivity and efficiency will be influenced and improved by the up-and-coming appliance and devices as well by technology and possibilities in the years ahead.
Various enterprises and especially Microsoft has joined forces with collaborators, partners, customers, and leaders across multiple disciplines to develop scenarios that discover capacity, challenges, and powerful technologies. This technologies and opportunities might or will converge to improve our lives, at
  • Work
  • Home
  • Healthcare
  • Communication
  • Transportation
  • Security

I would be interested to know what you think! Please tell me what you think and what you’d like to see in the technology of tomorrow.

  • “transparent wall” between two classrooms around the world
  • animated drawings, realtime conversation translations,
  • surface displays
  • electronic boarding cards
  • transparent displays
  • mini projectors
  • electronic newspaper
  • functional network connectivity

Former related articles:
From Sept. 2009: Visions - upcoming and current capabilities
From May 2009: Microsoft's "Home of the Future"
From March 2009: New upcoming ways to interact
From March 2009: Wearable Device

Comments

  1. Bret Victor has written an excellent rant/critique re: this actually rather poor and uninspired (sic!) would-be vision that excellently resonates with my own thoughts. See http://worrydream.com/ABriefRantOnTheFutureOfInteractionDesign/

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