Very impressive animation and in the demo it looks like it’s fairly inexpensive to animate. Basically the girl on the monitor is interactive. They aim to license it across the world for all forms of expression that can take advantage of 2D art being rendered in 3D, not just VNs. I think it looks much better than the tech they use in PSP games & on (ugly) Robotics Notes. Uptake on eroge will probably be very limited. (*Unless they can capture a market on TABLETS!! lol i doubt it)
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YrLnF7CQ8Ac]Also see: The Future of Eroge post. Windmill using a similar technology. Animated 2D had always been a gimmick reserved for console releases. The PC market had not really cared for it. So this is a big venture for Windmill.