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Visual Studio Live! Boston 2016: More Personal Computing Through Emerging Experiences

In the Wednesday general session, InterKnowlogy chairman Tim Huckaby focuses on the lessons learned in over 10 years of building software for emerging experiences: designing, developing, and putting interactive software systems into production; touch, gesture, voice recognition, AR & VR, holographic, neural, demographic, emotional, & Facial Recognition and other futuristic interfaces: All the bad; all the good; and the tools, tips and tricks learned along the way.

Posted on 06/16/2016 at 12:43 PM


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