Advertising: Career in Computer Science

Besides the “cool” skateboarder meeting girl and having a good time plot this video is full of great and potentially not so far away gadgets.

MS Research is using the short film to get young people interested in a career in Computer Science.

We really liked the flying personal robot but what is awesome and most likely to happen very soon is the data transfer visualization on the virtual computer table in the cafe.


Click on the image for the jump (multimedia).

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