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  • Blog Post: First look: Kinect for Windows v2 Developer Preview SDK

    Longtime readers know that I have great enthusiasm for the Kinect sensor as a revolutionary NUI technology. Now I can report that I was accepted to the Developer Preview program, and my new Kinect for Windows sensor arrived today. The packaging goes out of its way to make you feel special: when the box...
  • Blog Post: Non-commercial Kinect SDK to ship in Spring

    If you look around for Kinect SDKs, you’ll find that there are at least three frameworks ( OpenNI , CL-NUI , and the official PrimeSense NITE ) to play with. For me, this is all too much to suss out, so I’m delighted to report that Microsoft Research will be releasing a non-commercial Kinect SDK in Spring...
  • Blog Post: Official Kinect drivers are released

    If you’re like me, you’ve been itching to get under the hood of Kinect . The prospect of a true, Minority Report -like interface is too alluring to resist.  Rejoice, for the moment is at hand: PrimeSense , the company behind the Kinect 3D technology, has just released the drivers. To give you a...
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