At Microsoft, we love Robots. Turns out, we’re not the only ones. Our friends at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory have brought a full scale replica of the Mars Exploratory Rover to display in the “Big Room” next to the Robotics Booth. In addition, some
of the actual engineers and…
CoroWare Technologies, a wholly owned subsidiary of
CoroWare, Inc. (CROE.OB), is a systems and mobile robotics integrator. They’ve recently been awarded Microsoft Certified Gold Partner status. CoroWare has made their mark on Microsoft platforms through developing software and…
Bob Familiar interviews
Stephen Tarmey of Tyco Software House on how he discovered the Concurrency and Coordination Runtime in the
SDK and used it to implement a high throughput asynchronous I/O pattern.
Last week, Chief Research and Strategy officer Craig Mundie demonstrated a software-based robot that uses both visual and voice recognition as well as speech synthesis to handle some basic tasks. The robot will be put into place on Microsoft’s campus to act as sort of a “robotic receptionist” that…
Typically we think of robots as machines from science fiction or as industrial robots such as those that build and paint cars. In the world of Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio, anything that has sensors and/or actuators can be considered a robot. In this
article, we look at an automated…
We caught up with Tandy Trower recently to find out what's new with in
Microsoft Robotics World, now named
Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio 2008 (got to love our naming schemes, eh?). The
Robotics group has moved from Redmond to downtown studio. They are still a very small team, but…
This Week on Channel 9, Dan and Ed cover:
- Clip of Ray Ozzie describing Live Mesh (2:10 - 4:55)
- Dan and Ed take the Live Mesh Rorschach Test (4:55 - 6:52)
- Channel 10 clip
showing the Live Mesh end user application (7 - 9:10)
- Dan and Ed talk about the Live Mesh dev platform and…
In this podcast, Jon Udell invites Tandy Trower and Henrik Nielsen to explain why robotics is taking off, and how their new approach to the technology will generalize to a broad range of scenarios.
JU: So you were just in Japan. What did you see and do?
TT: We were at IREX, the…
On this week's episode, Brian and Dan talk about
- GDC and GDC Impressions
- Michael Klucher clip where he talks about VS tool support for building Zune games
- Heroes Happen Here Launch Event
- Aaron Marten clip showing VSX extensibility to build a custom tool window
The Identity Provider in BizTalk Services (http://biztalk.net) is pretty darn cool. In general, it makes it easy to delegate identity and access control to a hosted service.
In a more general sense, BizTalk Services make it easier to break through the boundaries that can keep software systems…