Divesh Jaiswal a former resource of Natural User Interface Europe AB will be working at Microsoft Research, Redmond, USA starting September 2008 as an intern.
We wish Divesh all the best and we hope that he will have a great experience in the USA with our colleagues of Microsoft. I am sure that the knowledge that he has acquired during his studies and work at NUI in the field of multi-touch technology will be useful.
We are glad that giants like Microsoft and other large multi-nationals show interest in the experience of our resources.
It is great to see that NUI Group has also contributed towards a successful path for one of it’s members.
September 4, 2008
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Last week, NUI’s partner Tempel demonstrated the DIT.
The DIT (Digital Interactive Table) and it’s software has been developed by Natural User Interface.
Tempel was present at the event AADECA, which is an Industrial Technology fair, held in Buenos Aires in Argentina.
According to Tempels Product Manager, David Ramos Garcia, the event was a success.
A large quantity of companies showed their interest in NUI’s multi-touch technology and it was considered to be the most attractive technology at the event.
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