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  • Blog Post: Get in the game…literally!

    You’re the hero, blasting your way through a hostile battlefield, dispatching villains right and left. You feel the power as you control your well-armed, sculpted character through the game. But there is always the nagging feeling: that avatar doesn’t really look like me. Wouldn’t it...
  • Blog Post: The Kinect for Windows v2 sensor and free SDK 2.0 public preview are here

    Today, we began shipping thousands of Kinect for Windows v2 sensors to developers worldwide. And more sensors will leave the warehouse in coming weeks, as we work to fill orders as quickly as possible. Additionally, Microsoft publicly released a preview version of the Kinect for Windows SDK 2.0 this...
  • Blog Post: Getting Started with Cinder and Kinect for Windows v2

    On July 15 in a Microsoft Virtual Academy Jump Start session, we will be covering using Kinect for Windows with third-party frameworks. While preparing for the talk, we found that there would be a bit of setup required that we would not have time to cover. So, we are putting together a couple of articles...
  • Blog Post: Real-time 3D scanning stuns the gnome world

    Garden gnomes: they decorate our yards, take bizarre trips , and now can be scanned in 3D in real time by using readily available computer hardware, as can be seen in this video from ReconstructMe . The developers employed the preview version of the Kinect for Windows v2 sensor and SDK, taking advantage...
  • Blog Post: Holiday shoppers got the Midas touch

    Ever wonder what you’d look like drenched in gold? December shoppers in Manhattan were captivated by just such images when they paused before an innovative window display for the new men’s cologne Gold Jay Z at Macy’s flagship store in Herald Square. This innovative, engaging display...
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