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WWDC 2009 | Highlights | new iPhone release: iPhone 3GS date and information

Highlights from WWDC 2009 Keynote: iPhone OS 3.0 available worldwide June 17th My weapon of choice this year for the Keynote stream was http://www.macrumorslive.com.  They have a good stream text feed, and an even better streaming pictures feed.  The pictures updated more often than the text, and I wouldn’t be surprised if they caught every […]
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Multitouch in the mud

tom gerdhardt’s mud computer at itp 2009’s spring show from Gizmodo on Vimeo. I’m not sure I can see how applicable this sort of interface would be for typical computing, unless it could be blown up to a large scale and used on a construction site or something.  What I’m more interested in are the […]
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Welcoming Josh Smith to IdentityMine

Josh Smith announced today that he’ll be making his way one-way trip to Seattle today to join our team. He is leaving Infragistics and starting his new life here at IdentityMine. As he is “very proud, and excited” to be coming to IdentityMine, we here at IdentityMine are very proud, and excited, to have him […]
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Super Bowl Security commanded by Microsoft Surface

Looks like the Microsoft Surface unit is going to be a key player in helping the security team stay organized on Super Bowl Sunday.  Credit goes to Microsoft, E-SPONDER, and Infusion.  Microsoft supplies the Surface unit, E-SPONDER supplied the connections to the security data network, and Infusion Development provided the Falcon Eye technology (the software […]
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WPF and SL developers using Twitter

Yesterday I found the list of iPhone developers that are on Twitter.  Today I decided to start a google spreadsheet Twitter list that has all the WPF and Silverlight developers on it.  If you want your name on the list just go to this form. You’ll also be able to follow all of these users […]
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I love working at IdentityMine part2: PDC2008

Andrew Whiddett, IdentityMine‘s Vice President of Interactive Technology, is shown here playing with the photos application that IdentityMine built.   A large focus of the team at IdentityMine, and specifically Andrew, has been understanding at a code level what a user is trying to control when they click the screen – is the user trying to grab a picture, or pan the screen?  […]
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I love working at IdentityMine: PDC2008

Working at IdentityMine definitely has its perks.  One of the biggest perks is getting to work with leading technology.  One of the technologies we’ve been able to play with and develops apps for is Microsoft Surface.  Check out this video taken at PDC today.  The video shows Meaghan McAllister, our marketing coordinator, showing off one of the photo applications that […]
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Another Surface Interview

Here’s another internet video interview that was done on the whole Surface Application Suite.  Same day as the previous interview by Todd.  In the video is myself (left), and Chad Brown from IdentityMine.
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Microsoft Surface Applications: Interview

I was ambushed last Friday to demonstrate one of the default applications on Microsoft Surface, the photos application.  I work for IdentityMine, a software development company focused on UX.  We worked with Hotel 1000 to customize the applications on Surface.  We worked to customize the software on Surface to fit the needs of the Hotel by branding all […]
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Collaborating with NUI group

I just signed up with NUI group’s online forum.  NUI Group is the Natural User Interface Group, and it sounds like they have a great headstart on developing an open community – they’ve got a breeding ground for multitouch collaboration.  It looks like they have lots of active members that are just as interested in […]
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Next generation computing: multitouch

The next generation of computing is coming in many new forms.  From easier to use interfaces on our classic point and click desktop and laptop machines, to all sort of new multitouch experiences:  HP’s upcoming multitouch screen, Apple’s pending multitouch interfaces, Microsoft’s Surface platform, Perceptive pixel’s multitouch screen and others.  This next generation of technology is […]
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