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Microsoft® Surface® Live Stream Code Sample
Live Stream enables businesses to engage their customers face-to-face using the most recent and relevant Twitter™, Flickr®, and RSS newsfeeds. Community generated photos, tweets, and stories float ...
Live Stream enables businesses to engage their customers face-to-face using the most recent and relevant Twitter™, Flickr®, and RSS newsfeeds. Community generated photos, tweets, and stories float across the Microsoft Surface display so that several people can touch and share interesting content with one another. People can flip the content over to generate a Microsoft Tag, and then use their phones to scan it and go straight to the source in their mobile web browser. From there they can further explore the content or jump into the conversation. Surface administrators can quickly reveal a hidden status panel by placing down a tag on the screen. At a glance, the panel indicates service connectivity, adjusts flow speed and direction, controls the volume, and provides a very quick way to remove inappropriate content and accounts – all without having to leave the application or interrupt the experience. This code sample is highly customizable and extensible. In minutes an administrator can quickly re-skin the interface and branding elements making it ready for deployment at any business or enterprise. With a little more time, Twitter, Flickr, and newsfeed integration can be expanded to other services or pointed directly at a new feed by extending it with custom code. Additionally, developers can use the code in any number of completely new or existing Surface applications. Live Stream demonstrates an elegant, simplified, interface designed for touch from the ground up, and based on the Metro design language. It is a great reference for those interested in advanced touch application design.
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Jul 29 2010
Live Stream 2010.11.12
Nov 12 2010
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