It’s been a long week as I was attending the Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco and had to update a site for a client but here’s the first of many videos I took from the show.
This is actually at Microsoft’s booth, they were featuring their new multi-touch computer, the Microsoft Surface.
I am not usually a fan of Microsoft’s monopoly on operating systems but heck, I do really like this new Multi-Touch from Microsoft, especially this SurfaceDJ app that was being demoed here.
It’s basically a big, giant iPhone pretty much, but too bad it’s still only available for businesses.
The most interesting part that day wasn’t the Microsoft Surface itself but the DJ app on it, SurfaceDJ from VectorForm.
My HD camera was having some Mic problems but you can see this video illustrating the SurfaceDJ app in detail:
The SurfaceDJ lets you basically mix your own music, all without the traditional DJ equipment. A lot of my friends are DJs and this could come in handy for future DJs who could take advantage of the technology.
I dug a little further and found that they have this app for iPhone too already, the SurfaceDJ Lite (free version), and the SurfaceDJ pay version here.