Microsoft Shows Off 2019 Envisioning Center to the Mediadate_range
Microsoft releases a new video each year sharing the improvement in the office and the vision for that specific year. This time, Microsoft took a different path and showed off a 7,000 square feet envisioning center to the journalists. As video production takes a lot of CGI and the enhancements, they became more unrealistic day by day. To make them more realistic, the company invited and showed off the envisioning center with all of the details about the vision of the company to the journalists from all over the world.
There was not much difference when compared to the vision of the company and the significant changes at the envisioning center based in Redmond. Instead of the hardware changes, the company focused on the software side changes like the Fluid framework and other stuff. The fluid framework from Microsoft breaks down the document or any additional files in multiple sub files and later combine flawlessly. With the Fluid Framework, Microsoft achieved to add recent papers and the information on the Data feed without any issues. According to Mike Morton, a program manager for Fluid Framework at Microsoft, Fluid Framework can solely handle all kind of data with ease.
The underlying technology of the Fluid Framework will support the audio and video files altogether in the future, said Mike Morton. Microsoft is planning to use Surface Hub 2 or the Surface Wall to use the feature with full power. When used with the Surface wall, the users can turn the wall into digital smart surfaces that support touch inputs, voice inputs and also the stylus inputs. Microsoft has the vision of creating a surface hub desk, where the employees of the company can design, analyze, manage and do anything else they have to do with the Fluid framework.