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  • Blog Post: Kinect for Windows SDK and Runtime v1.5 Available for Download

    Download the SDK here . Below is a summary of new and improved capabilities of Kinect for Windows. Kinect Studio , our new tool which allows developers to record and play back Kinect data, dramatically shortening and simplifying the development lifecycle of a Kinect application. Now a developer writing...
  • Blog Post: Kinect For Windows SDK Available for Download

    The Kinect for Windows SDK enables developers to create applications that support gesture and voice recognition, using Kinect sensor technology on computers running Windows 7, Windows Embedded Standard 7, and Windows 8 Developer Preview (desktop applications only). Click here to download the SDK . Commercial...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Kinect Effect Reaches Into Hospitals, Senior Centers

    Tiger Place, an independent living center in Missouri, uses technology such as Kinect to closely monitor seniors’ movement to help prevent functional decline that can lead to falls and decreased mobility. More info here .   Developers can create rich experiences by using Kinect sensor technology...
  • Blog Post: Flight Kintroller Using Kinect for Windows SDK

    My colleague Russ Williams at Microsoft Technology Center creates a flight simulator dubbed “Kintroller” using Kinect for Windows SDK (beta), Bing Maps 3D control, Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) and his own simulator algorithm. The demo flight in the video takes off from a runway at LaGuardia...
  • Blog Post: Kinect for Windows SDK (Beta) Is Here

    You can download the sdk (beta) here . Check out the Kinect Quick Starts and view the Kinect Project Gallery on Coding 4 Fun.     You can also Watch the Kinect SDK Beta Launch Live at Ch9 today.
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