Microsoft Kinext SDK Usage Gets a Huge Push From Coding4Fun with WinRT clients!

Coding4Fun’s new Kinect Service v1.6 not provides support for the WinRT clients with native Windows Runtime Components. This is the first version which includes client services for Windows Store Apps, written as a C++ Windows Runtime Component, with binaries available for x86, x64 and ARM and the new Coding4Fun Kinect Service provide developers with the ability to stream Kinect color, depth, skeleton, and audio from one PC to another PC or a Windows Phone via sockets. Read the full story here.



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