Here is Xbox Kinect on Windows 10 with Windows Hello

Adapted from Windows Central, By Daniel Rubino Dec 7, 2015 Late last week Microsoft released some early drivers for the Xbox One’s Kinect to work on Windows 10. Kinect within Windows, for now, is mostly for developers to code and write things for the multi-usage sensor, but for consumers there is one thing you can… Continue reading Here is Xbox Kinect on Windows 10 with Windows Hello

Microsoft to consolidate the Kinect for Windows experience around a single sensor

By Kinect for Windows Team April 2, 2015 At Microsoft, we are committed to providing more personal computing experiences. To support this, we recently extended Kinect’s value and announced the Kinect Adapter for Windows, enabling anyone with a Kinect for Xbox One to use it with their PCs and tablets. In an effort to simplify… Continue reading Microsoft to consolidate the Kinect for Windows experience around a single sensor

Microsoft stops producing Kinect for Windows v2 sensor, will focus on Kinect for Xbox One and Windows apps

Emil Protalinski April 2, 2015 Venture Beat Microsoft stopped producing the Kinect for Windows v2 sensor today after phasing out the original sensor not long ago. The company emphasized, however, that this does not mean it will stop supporting developers who want to build Windows apps that use the device. In November, Microsoft began offering a standalone… Continue reading Microsoft stops producing Kinect for Windows v2 sensor, will focus on Kinect for Xbox One and Windows apps

Kinect for Windows Singapore

Why Kinect for Windows brings a whole new experience for developers! What is Kinect? Kinect is a control feature for the Xbox games console, which allows the gamer to experience a video game without requiring a standard controller; instead replacing it with an interface that reacts to spoken commands and gestures. Following the success of… Continue reading Kinect for Windows Singapore