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The Kinect for Windows SDK   Leave a comment

The Kinect for Windows SDK beta is a starter kit for applications developers that includes APIs, sample code, and drivers. This SDK enables the academic research and enthusiast communities to create rich experiences by using Microsoft Xbox 360 Kinect sensor technology on computers running Windows 7. Learn more >

The Kinect for Windows SDK beta includes the following:
  • Drivers, for using Kinect sensor devices on a computer running Windows 7.
  • Application programming interfaces (APIs) and device interfaces, together with technical documentation.
  • Source code samples.

Get it here :

Shape Game Demo

This is a demo of the Shape Game sample application, which is included in the Kinect for Windows SDK beta. This sample displays the tracked skeletons of two players together with shapes falling from the sky. Players can control the shapes by moving and speaking commands.

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Posted June 16, 2011 by Robert Smit [MVP] in The Kinect for Windows SDK

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