Microsoft's Updates Kinect for Windows SDK

Microsoft released an updated version of their Kinect for Windows SDK which includes support for Desktop applications running on Windows 8. This new release includes a host of important features including the ability to optimize the color camera settings, exposure of the sensor's accelerometer in the API, support for German in the speech-recognition pack, support for several new APIs for converting data between color, depth and skeleton coordinate spaces and more. Read the full story here.



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