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This isn’t about a Tablet PC or education, yet. Maybe someone can make it so. In the mean time, it’s an interesting summary of his presentation at ETech 2005 of unusual input and output devices from Microsoft.

Rick Rashid, charged with oversight of Microsoft Research’s worldwide operations, showed a series of pictures taken by a SenseCam that a person wore on an ordinary day. The device decides, based on sensor cues, when to take pictures that might be important.

PlayAnywhere converted a tabletop into a 40-inch display on which the user played a game.

TouchLight used similar ideas but instead of using a flat surface, the device was built using holographic film with cameras behind it.

Imagine how a teacher can use these devices in a classroom, or another learning setting.

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