Philippe Kahn was the founder of Borland software – the developers that “prospered through the help of Redmond” in the 1908’s and 1990’s. He is involved now with a company called FullPower which is involved in motion recognition software+hardware engine. This engine can be embedded in Netbooks, mobile phones, games and other specialized devices.
This demo at WaltMossberg’s D7 digital show has some overlap with Microsoft’s Project Natal – it has the ability to know about motion and correct/respond/track that for gaming, location tracking, image stabilization and other motion-knowing purposes. Now my curiosity is how these sometime strained bedfellows in the past, Redmond and Philippe, will accommodate each other in motion detection’s future?