This past weekend, we were delighted to host a Kinect for Windows v2 hackathon on the Microsoft campus in Redmond, Washington. We saw some very cool, extremely ambitious projects. We were also joined by some special guests: Christian Schaller and Hannes Hofman of Metrilus came from Germany to share their finger tracking library with participants, and Adrian Ferrier, Mitch Altman, and Aaron Bryden came to show the progress they’ve made on their New York Hackathon project, lightspeed.And the winners are…
Three other projects were recognized by the judges. Each team received a Kinect for Windows v2 sensor.
Other projects presented
Thanks again to everyone who came to the event in Redmond this past weekend! It was great to meet new people and to see innovative ideas put into action.
I hope to see you at another event in the future!
Ben Lower, Developer Community Manager, Kinect for Windows