Speaking at a Microsoft-sponsored gathering of CEOs, Microsoft's chairman shows off a prototype for large vertical touch screen, sort of a Surface meets video wall.
It would be the "Heads-Up Challenge" digital poker table.
At CEO Summit, Microsoft's chairman says new user interfaces, particularly touch, will fundamentally change the "individual's office, the home, the living room."
Company projects video and computer displays onto anything, including, one day, your entire living room--walls, ceiling, and all.
It wasn't Tom Cruise in Minority Report up there, but Bill Gates' latest product demo had me wondering if we weren't seeing a realistic harbinger.
Fully automated system can accommodate up to 10 players, each with a 12-inch touch screen.
Microsoft says casino operator will become the second big-name Surface customer by installing six of the touch-screen computers in the Rio hotel.