Join Tweetmeet on 21 March ,to hear from 8 Exceptional Educators

Join Live TweetMeet on 21 March in Toronto, Microsoft to hear educators from around the world about empowering students with technology.

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Eight hosts from various countries will be sharing there innovative ideas and experiences through lectures In TweetMeet while creating an opportunity for students to learn and make their future plans.

The TweetMeet, to be held at 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. PT, don’t miss.

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Head over to the Microsoft Education blog for more information and a list of advance TweetMeet questions.

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“3D4Medical” The Complete Anatomy : Award-Winning App Comes to Windows Store

“3D4Medical” The Complete Anatomy  just included to Windows Store using the Windows Bridge for iOS.

Windows Bridge is an open-source environment for Objective-C that provides support for third party APIs. The Windows Bridge was a very important component in 3D4Medical’s development team, bringing the high-resolution 3D models and smooth touch interface that users were already familiar with, in the world of Windows PC and Surface.

This app is mostly utilized in medical field for education purposes thus making the Medical Students as the core audience of this app.The app supports multiple Windows form-factors and device configurations. The interface can be manipulated with either a mouse or touch gestures. The app have very smooth interaction,easy to use and understand and covers complete anatomy for learning.

You can learn more about the 3d4medical on its website.

You can download the app for iPhone, iPad, Mac, Android and Windows here.

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Project Torino – Microsoft introduces Physical Programming Language for kids

Microsoft has recently created a physical programming language under the name of “Project Torino“. By using “Project Torino” kids with impaired vision will be able to physically create code by connecting pods together to build programs.

Project Torino is exclusively designed for visually impaired children. By which kids get their first introduction to coding through simplified tools that use very simple commands like drag and drop and the developer have made some serious efforts to code such thing which may prove to be a very useful tool for them. Project Torino is made up of physical “pods” that can be connected to build programs.

Microsoft’s Research division in company’s Cambridge U.K lab, moved the concept ahead by introducing “Project Torino”.

Kids with visual impairments face many challenges in all domains of life, especially in writing or understanding the code. This Physical Programming Language will help them understand and write the code in a very easy and simple way. kids, by utilizing this PPL will no more be lacking behind amongst their normal classmates, which will surely boost their confidence level and help them contribute good towards the society.

I consider this move a next step towards humanity, Hats Off to Microsoft.

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