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Kinect World Wide Telescope MIX 2011 Presentation – Microsoft UK


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Kinect World Wide Telescope MIX 2011 Presentation - Microsoft UK

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world wide telescope | Popular Science


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MIX11: Microsoft demos Kinect SDK with WorldWide Telescope


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MIX11: Microsoft demos Kinect SDK with WorldWide Telescope

The World-Wide Telescope – Science


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Comparison Between Google Sky And Microsoft World Wide Telescope


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Comparison Between Google Sky And Microsoft World Wide Telescope

Microsoft WorldWide Telescope Free Download and Reviews – Fileforum


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Microsoft WorldWide Telescope Free Download and Reviews - Fileforum

WorldWide Telescope vs Google Sky | Google Earth Blog


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WorldWide Telescope vs Google Sky | Google Earth Blog

World Wide Telescope – YouTube


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World Wide Telescope - YouTube

What made me cry: Microsoft’s World Wide Telescope — Scobleizer


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What made me cry: Microsoft’s World Wide Telescope — Scobleizer

Roy Gould and Curtis Wong preview the WorldWide Telescope | Video


At this week's TED conference, Microsoft announced a groundbreaking software that will bring the farthest regions of the universe to your desktop—but will it soon Created by Microsoft, the WorldWide Telescope sports a high performance Visual Experience Engine and allows seamless panning and zooming around the night sky, planets About 2 years ago, I posted the announcement of Microsoft Research’s WorldWide Telescope (WWT) – a project to map out the stars, planets, solar systems and
Roy Gould and Curtis Wong preview the WorldWide Telescope | Video

Astroblog: Yet another World Wide Telescope Review


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Astroblog: Yet another World Wide Telescope Review

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