Microsoft PixelSense

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Microsoft PixelSense (formerly called Microsoft Surface) was an interactive surface computing platform that allowed one or more people to use and touch real-world objects, and share digital content at the same time. The PixelSense platform consists of software and hardware products that combine vision based multitouch PC hardware, 360-degree multiuser application design, and Windows software to create a natural user interface (NUI).

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Microsoft PixelSense
Developer(s)Microsoft, Samsung
Initial releaseMicrosoft Surface 1.0 (April 17[1] 2008)
Stable release
Hardware: Samsung SUR40 with Microsoft PixelSense (2012)

Software: Microsoft Surface 2.0 (2011)

Operating systemMicrosoft Surface 1.0: Windows Vista (32-bit) Samsung SUR40 with Microsoft PixelSense: Windows 7 Professional for Embedded Systems (64-bit)
PlatformMicrosoft Surface 1.0: Microsoft Surface 1.0 Samsung SUR40 with Microsoft PixelSense: Microsoft Surface 2.0
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