From Research to Development

Ideas are not stagnant, and neither is the relationship From between Microsoft Research Collaboration is and our product groups. Here's Research to the secret sauce a glimpse at the transfer of ideas to delivering new and research that happens Development technologies. every day at Microsoft. See how our product groups collaborate in some of these key technology trends CLOUD MICROSOFT RESEARCH NATURAL USER SOCIAL INTERFACES Microsoft Research and Windows Azure to Researchers Worldwide Microsoft Research to Kinect Microsoft didn't want to reinvent the wheel, so together Researchers work with large data sets, and they need with Microsoft Research, the Xbox 360 team instead massive computing power to store and process queries and created the first controller-free games and results, but supercomputing costs can be prohibitive. Using entertainment system. Windows Azure, Microsoft Research is collaborating with academic and research institutions worldwide to remove the cost barrier and make computing power and storage The 3-D camera for Kinect effectively evaluates trillions of body configurations 30 times per second. available in the doud for researchers everywhere. Steven Spielberg on Kinect at E3 2009: "It's not about reinventing the wheel, it's about no The quantity of data in our digital world is doubling every nine months. wheel at all,"? In the next five years, we will collect more data than has been collected in all of human history. f Microsoft Research to Surface Microsoft Research's FUSE Lab to Bing Microsoft Surface 2.0 is the result of collaboration between You trust your friends' opinions, which they often share on Microsoft Research and the Surface team. It can respond to Twitter and Facebook. So Bing and Microsoft Research's multitouch inputs and can see what's touching it, leading to FUSE Lab worked together to index this information for rich and natural interaction with Microsoft Surface. Bing searches. Now, Bing shows you relevant tweets and your friends' Facebook entries, as well as traditional search results, to help you find what need. Surface 2.0 uses PixelSense technology, which gives LCD panels the power to see without the use of cameras. Half of people online enlist their friends for help when making decisions.5 Surface 2.0 also features the largest piece of damage-resistant Gorilla glass ever bonded to an LCD display. Bing is the first search experience to integrate Facebook and Twitter content into online search. Microsoft Research and Tellme to Windows Embedded Microsoft Research, Windows Embedded and Microsoft Microsoft Research's WorldWide Tellme developed voice search and audio processes that help in-car systems recognize verbal requests, allowing Telescope for Astronomers, Ages 8-80 drivers to read e-mail, respond to texts and search the Web hands free. Windows Embedded Automotive 7 soon will let You don't have to be a professional astronomer to see the drivers compose e-mails and texts through their cars just as stars align. WorldWide Telescope released by Microsoft Research stitches together photos of stars, planets and constellations for prime stargazing on your PC. they do through mobile devices – only they'll do it by voice, not keypads. O)) Speech is like search – the more people use it, the better it gets. Microsoft's Tellme speech platform The WorldWide Telescope combines terabytes of incredible imagery and data with easy-to-use software and enables people to explore how handles over 11 billion voice requests a year.10 stars and constellations evolve over time. Microsoft Tellme is the largest voice application in the cloud and is the most advanced speech With Bing Maps and WorldWide Telescope integration, you can map stars, planets and constellations in relation to your location on Earth. learning platform." Want to see more? Check out Next at Microsoft, a blog Microsoft Research PhotoDNA that surfaces the inventive minds, Microsoft recognizes that one of the most important uses initiatives and research happening of facial recognition technology is to help keep children around the company daily. safe. So, Microsoft Research donated PhotoDNA, the technology that calculates the unique essence of an image, to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. Microsoft PhotoDNA does not require identical characteristics in an image to reliably find matches, enabling matches to be identified even when photos are resized or altered. 2 9 5-12WWTPR.mspx?rss_fdn=Press+Releases Sources 5 hive/2010/10/13/new-signals-in-search-the-bing-social-laye 1 tory-behind-kinect.aspx r.aspx 10 10/15/talk-to-me.aspx 6 4D8C553A57C93 2 From Spielberg's cameo at E3 2009, in the video here: ory-behind-kinect.aspx 11 7 o/WENC11-30handsfree.mspx 06MSSurfaceSamsungPR.mspx 3 1/18/democratizing-research-with-the-cloud.aspx 12 materials.aspx 8 OSCES.mspx 4 hine-learning-for-dummies-john-platt.aspx

From Research to Development

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This infographic shows how something is transferred from idea into a development using Microsoft Tools. It shows how Microsoft products can bring an idea into a reality.




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