Tuesday, June 2, 2009

VPlay or having fun with video using Surface

Microsoft has a invested a lot in Surface development and it now we see more and more uses of it. It is now in every episode of CSI Miami, news and other places.
Cambridge research branch is working on a project VPlay. This project is about videos and interaction between users and videos in real time.
VPlay allows users to manipulate video in real time. Digital objects representing video clips, effects and mixers are displayed on the surface and can be easily arranged to create an ever changing video output.
This video show how this works quite nicely but the background audio noise is quite strong.

Here is shorter video illustrating input and output windows connected with a series of effect/modifiers.

This would be a nice application for a multitouch laptop with
Windows 7 maybe…

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