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Originally published February 24, 2009 at 2:39 PM | Page modified February 24, 2009 at 2:41 PM

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TechFest: 'Scuse me while I pinch the sky — Microsoft's wild new way to move through space, virtual worlds

Microsoft Research is holding its annual TechFest science fair on the Redmond campus this week, showing off advanced research experiments that could eventually work their way into the company's products.

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Microsoft Research is holding its annual TechFest science fair on the Redmond campus this week, showing off advanced research experiments that could eventually work their way into the company's products.

One of the coolest is an experimental interface that lets you control a video projector using gestures, such as pinching your fingers, above the lens to zoom in and around the display. It's a wild experience when added to an upward pointing projector and a domed screen.

To read more about the TechFest demonstrations on Brier Dudley's blog, click here:

http://blog.seattletimes.nwsource.com/brierdudley/index.html#038149

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