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Microsoft opens Kinect to hackers with Windows SDK planned for spring 2011

2/27/2011 03:58 PM EST
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jorgemendez
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re: Microsoft opens Kinect to hackers with Windows SDK planned for spring 2011
jorgemendez   3/1/2011 11:14:39 PM
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Great Microsoft decided to release an SDK to develop with the Kinect System. As stated in the article, development in healthcare is a real oppotunity area for the Kinect System

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elctrnx_lyf   2/28/2011 5:29:44 PM
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That is great way to dedicate the technology to the humans. This will help the developers and research universities to explore the details of technology and identify how it can e utilized for other applications.

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Dave.Dykstra   2/28/2011 4:06:06 AM
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There is a lot of potential here. It will certainly be interesting to see what actually is implemented from this interface and what will be the next step forward.

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re: Microsoft opens Kinect to hackers with Windows SDK planned for spring 2011
selinz   2/27/2011 4:37:23 PM
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It will be interesting to see if this can eventually develop into a usable data input system for storefronts, etc.

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