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    I'm facilitating a Birds of a Feather session at TechEd 2012 on June 11th. These sessions should be streamed via the TechEd 2012 site, so you can participate even if you are not at the conference. Here is the session I'm facilitating. It would be great to get a lot of people posting comments and questions via twitter (live) during the session!


    Session Code: BOF01-DEV

    See Me, Hear Me, Touch Me: Using Touch, Voice, and Motion in Apps
    Monday, June 11 at 1:15 PM - 2:30 PM in S319

    We’ve had the ability to use voice input for years. Windows 7 brought us touch and Kinect for Windows brings us motion. Why are so few apps using these input methods? Have you started to use one of these input methods, only to go back to the keyboard and mouse? Let's face it; these input methods are becoming more pervasive (and even invasive). Do you have a perspective on developer and user adoption? Come share your ideas and hear what others are doing to implement voice, touch, and motion to add value to the user interface. Join us for this open discussion and invite your friends to participate via Twitter using #bof12.

    (link to TechEd page for this session)
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