Posts in Microsoft Research

My Favorite Windows & Windows Phone Apps #3

By Brandon LeBlanc

It’s time for #3 of my monthly series of favorite Windows and Windows Phone You can read the first post by clicking here and the second post by clicking Microsoft OneNote (Windows and Windows Phone): OneNote is one of the most… Read more

Scan to OneNote with Office Lens for Windows Phone

By Brandon LeBlanc

Today, the Office Team has announced Office Office Lens is essentially a scanner in your pocket that uses your Windows Phone’s camera to take pictures of things like business cards, restaurant menus, and notes on whiteboards or blackboards – and… Read more

Build and share your own games with Project Spark

By Brandon LeBlanc

At E3 last year, we announced Project Spark – a game that lets you build and share your own games across Windows 8, Xbox One and Xbox Project Spark uses a visual programming language originally created by Microsoft Research called… Read more

Microsoft @ Maker Faire 2013 NYC

By Gavin Gear

Maker Faire is an event that draws in a diverse community with one thing in common: a passion for making At Maker Faire you’ll see amazing inventions, artwork, DIY projects, robots, electronics projects and much At Maker Faire it’s hard… Read more

Creativity in Windows 8 with Fresh Paint

By Brandon LeBlanc

I’m posting this on behalf of my colleague Aaron Coldiron, a group manager on the Fresh Paint – BrandonWhat is the future of art in the digital age? That’s one of the questions that we’ve been inspired by as we’ve… Read more