RFID Surface application at TechEd Australia

If the standard Microsoft Surface demo applications doesn’t cut it for you anymore then check out this custom application built by an Aussie Readify consultant John Doe (unknown name) in just two days who hadn’t seen a Surface until a day ago (sponsored by Amnesia actually). Since all TechEd badges are RFID-enabled, he took advantage […]

If the standard Microsoft Surface demo applications doesn’t cut it for you anymore then check out this custom application built by an Aussie Readify consultant John Doe (unknown name) in just two days who hadn’t seen a Surface until a day ago (sponsored by Amnesia actually).

Since all TechEd badges are RFID-enabled, he took advantage of this to build a TechEd sessions scheduler that works by placing the badge on the Surface. He also mentioned that if you had two badges on the Surface at once you could even share sessions by dragging it from one badge to the other.

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