Microsoft Research’s Dr. Jim Kajiya on His 2006 Hall of Fame Induction

October 29th, 2006 |
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Dr. Jim Kajiya, distinguished engineer and a general manager at Microsoft Research discusses his Utah Technology Council‘s 2006 Hall of Fame induction. He talks about solving problems from transforming computer processor and memory design to creating programmable matter and downloadable physical objects, and the economic implications of success or failure.

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