According to foreign media reports, although Microsoft is still trying to delineate the boundaries of the smart phone with Nokia, but in the acquisition and sale of the company's mobile sector in the process or produce some positive things. As part of the acquisition of Nokia's mobile division, Microsoft retained the company's Nokia Theater in Southern California. However, after the acquisition, Microsoft renamed the place and its design innovation.
Was informed that,MicrosoftWill soon be on the Los Angeles Live (L.A.Live) on the launch of the new entertainment and leisure technology center Microsoft Lounge.
It is reported that this innovation is a very meticulous work, it will Wasserman R & D vice president Mike Bernstein, designer Tiffany Harris and Microsoft theater activities and product vice president are assembled together.
According to Microsoft, they want to make this place a place where everyone wants to go and get a magic experience there.
Here are some details of the Microsoft Lounge:
The first piece worthy of attention is a dynamic wood sculpture. Inspired by the Microsoft logo, this sculpture consists of 80 Ultramotion motors and 160 shades, which interact with visitors through Microsoft Kinect - to respond to visitors' actions through different colors. In addition, the team learned how to handle the local purchase of ash, they are in the company's factory in Brooklyn its processing, grinding, dyeing, and then 10 modules shipped to Los Angeles.
The second impressive work is a 40-foot-high projection wall made of high-density foam and three Barco RLM-W14 large-scale venue projectors. Also in the wall above also installed three Kinect, is also used to track the action of tourists and real-time into art content.
The third experience is one with four monitors, a Kinect and a touch screen interface video wall. It is understood that this is a digital green screen, it will be the photos of tourists with the AEG staff selected background together, and visitors can be finished to share their own social accounts.
The fourth is a digital mosaic murals, which are mainly used for archiving and file sharing.