Windows MultiPoint SDK 1.5 is now Live !

We are happy to announce that Windows MultiPoint Mouse SDK v1.5 is now Live! Windows MultiPoint Mouse SDK 1.5 offers several improvements over the old Microsoft MultiPoint SDK 1.1 including:  Now supports Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 operating systems. Now supports 32 bit and 64 bit applications and operating systems by leveraging AnyCPU Intermediate Language (IL). New cursor…

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MultiPoint Developer Forums Live on MSDN!

The new MultiPoint Developer Forums are now live on MSDN!  These forums provide you an exciting opportunity to join a community of MultiPoint developers where you can share knowledge, get questions answered, and learn from others experienced with the MultiPoint SDK. The forums also allow you the chance report possible SDK issues, as well as provide the MultiPoint…

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MultiPoint Education Award – Mentor a Team Today!

Many of you who follow the MultiPoint blog are aware that this year the MultiPoint team is sponsoring the MultiPoint Education Award at Imagine Cup 2009 – the world’s premier student technology competition.   As captain of this year’s Award, I invite those of you who have experience developing with the MultiPoint SDK to become an Imagine Cup Mentor –…

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MultiPoint SDK version 1.1 release!

We just released the MultiPoint SDK version 1.1 which includes APIs, code samples, tools, and documentation on MS download. Click here for the download. This version of the MultiPoint SDK includes many new features and enhancements, including: ·        Resolution of major functionality issues leading to a more reliable and stable code base with additional debugging capabilities. ·        Support…

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MultiPoint SDK Update

I’m sorry for the delayed update. I know many of you have been waiting for the next release of the SDK, which we hoped would come out in December. We decided to make a few more improvements and expect Version 1.1 to be released in early March. We’re on track for this. Apologies for the…

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MultiPoint Update

As Kentaro mentioned in the last blog post, I’ve been lucky to join the MultiPoint family and look forward to the innovation that this SDK will drive within the developer community. Kentaro’s research and early trials shows that this technology can create considerable educational value if the right applications are built. Check out the new website…

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The Birth of MultiPoint

It’s incredibly exciting for me to see the creation of this blog and what it represents – increased momentum behind MultiPoint for PCs in schools! MultiPoint was conceived during the summer of 2005. That summer, a then-PhD-student from UC Berkeley, Joyojeet Pal, did a research internship with us at Microsoft Research India (MSR India) to…

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Welcome to the MultiPoint Blog!

The Windows MultiPoint SDK is a project that started out in Microsoft Research India and has been transferred to the Microsoft Education Products Group in the India Development Center (IDC) late last year.   Today we are proud to announce our second Community Technology Preview (CTP).  You can download the Microsoft Windows MultiPoint SDK CTP…

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