Razorfish DaVinci Surface application; like Crayon Physics Deluxe, only better

If you’ve ever played Crayon Physics Deluxe on a tablet PC or similar clones on the iPhone and wished you could play it on a giant table, with better physics and more control over the properties, be able to use real life objects and world peace, then the latest Microsoft Surface demo application from Razorfish has almost what you’re looking for. Rumor has it world peace is coming in version two.

Something about watching irregular sized circles roll on irregular shapes makes touch physics games very addictive.

18 insightful thoughts

  1. Somehow I can’t figure out if you like the video and the concept of the MS Surface table.
    I had to LOL when reading about the world peace feature 🙂

  2. what an amazing tool to teach physics in classrooms. I think this wonderful. Every school should get one..

  3. I think there is something wrong with the process; So we have a new technology – thats fine. Now, it looks like, that we created something that is useful to that new technology. So the demand comes from that new Technology – 


    shouldn’t the demand for a new Technology come from another perspective?

    Just asking.

  4. Simplesmente magnífico, vamos aguardar a chegada ao Brasil e principalmente o preço.

  5. Wow! I want a surface so much.
    This kind of applications are so powerful, but at the same time a kid can understand and handle them!

  6. That is a very nice video and I actually really liked the music, wonder what it was?

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  8. Microsoft is so good at copying someone else’s ideas. Credit to Petri Purho for CP.

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