Windows 7 Touch development

So it's the last day of PDC today and yesterday I got the chance to speak to Andrew Whiddett, Vice President of Interactive Technology, regarding his companies development for the Microsoft Surface and Windows 7 Touch platforms.

Whiddett kindly demonstrated his application for us and explained how it responds to the users touch. The application displays a library of pictures and can be linked to the Surface computer to pull images onto the big screen.

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