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By Thomas Baekdal - March 2009

Future Concepts from Microsoft

There is one kind of videos that I really like, and that is the kind of videos where people or companies look into the future and tries to predict how the world would be like in the future. Almost all innovative companies do this, and Microsoft recently made a whole series of them.

I really like what I am seeing. The interoperability, the augmented reality, the intelligent designs, the epaper - just my kind of world.

Intro:

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Health Future Vision

Explore how the technology of tomorrow may improve healthcare by equipping both doctors and patients with the information they need for more effective, personalized care.

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Manufacturing Future Vision

Gain insight into how emerging technologies may empower manufacturing companies and their suppliers to produce higher quality, personalized products more cost effectively.

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Banking Future Vision

Discover how technology may offer you a more seamless connection to your finances, expanded self-service options, and streamlined customer service in tune with your needs.

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Retail Future Vision

Visit a store of the future where integrated handheld devices and store systems provide a more personalized, streamlined shopping experience.

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Update: Added one more (thanks Ovi for the heads up!)

Productivity Future Vision

Find out how technology could transform the way we get things done at school, at work, and in the home over the next 5 to 10 years.

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Download high-quality QuickTime version (via Oh, Hello)

Also watch Stephen Elop's speech to see the underlying technologies and trends that will make this vision a reality

(via Office Labs)

 
 
 

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