A sketch from an Microsoft's alleged "roadmap" leak shows SmartGlass-style features.
Just weeks after first announcing its SmartGlass initiative for Xbox 360 at a pre-E3 press conference, Microsoft has released the SmartGlass software development kit. It allows Xbox 360 developers to easily integrate PC, tablet, and phone screens in with their Xbox 360 games and applications.
At the E3 unveiling, Microsoft demonstrated SmartGlass for uses such as designing Madden plays secretly on a private screen, or managing player and weapon information during a Halo match. SmartGlass could also be used to navigate videos and movies being viewed on the TV screen, or to stream those videos from Xbox Live to a portable screen for further viewing away from the couch, the company said.