ZDNet reports that, Microsoft will show off its spherical Surface computer next week during Microsoft’s annual Research Faculty Summit in Redmond.
Microsoft Surface computing would bring a multi-touch, natural user interface to a variety of form factors — everything from mobile to PC to TV. As computing platforms take the form of everything from ultralight PCs that are more like sheets of paper than traditional computing devices, to walls that are touch-enabled, users will become a “window” to the online world, with access to search, advertising and more – according to Steve Balmer.
The multi-touch Spherical display will be demonstrated for the conference attendees. If you are a Microsoft enthusiast, check out the Surface and videos.