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  • Blog Post: Creating Kinect-enabled apps with Unity 5

    So many blogs, so little time. Ever feel that way when you realize it’s been a long time since you’ve checked in with one of your favorite bloggers? Well, that’s how we’re feeling today, after reading this four-month old blog post from Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP...
  • Blog Post: Detecting heart rate with Kinect

    When the latest Kinect sensor was unveiled more than a year ago at Build 2014, demos showed how it could determine a user’s heart rate without attaching sensors or wires to his or her body. But that was old news to regular followers of D Goins Insperience , the personal blog of Dwight Goins, a...
  • Blog Post: No bones about it: Kinect for Windows v2 skeletal tracking vastly better

    You can read about the improvements that Kinect for Windows v2 offers over its predecessor, but seeing the differences with your own eyes is really, well, eye-opening—which is why we’re so pleased by this YouTube video posted by Microsoft MVP Josh Blake of InfoStrat . In it, Blake not only...
  • Blog Post: An MVP’s look at the Kinect for Windows v2 developer preview

    A few months ago, Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) James Ashley, a leader in developing with Kinect for Windows, wrote a very perceptive blog about Kinect for Windows v2 entitled, Kinect for Windows v2 First Look . James’ blog was so insightful that we wanted to check in with him after...
  • Blog Post: Course simplifies creation of WPF applications

    KinectInteraction is a set of features, first introduced in Developer Toolkit 1.7, which allows Kinect-enabled applications to incorporate gesture-based interactivity. Developers can use KinectInteraction to create Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) applications in which the movement of the user’s...
  • Blog Post: Exploring v2 body imaging capabilities

    In a pair of related blog posts, Zubair Ahmed, a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional nominee and a participant in the Kinect for Windows v2 developer preview program, put his new v2 Kinect for Windows sensor through its paces. In the first post , Zubair demonstrates how to use the body source data captured...
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