The Kinect for Windows v2 Project including Sample C++

In a project built with Visual Studio .Net 2013 and K4Wv2 API alpha bits that where released back in November 2013, it’s a simple example of how to listen for Kinect v2 API events using C++. The project was originally meant to be a sort of tutorial intended to demonstrate how to write modern C++ code that will listen for Kinect for windows v2 Frame arrived event and built using the alpha Kinect v2 API library. In addition, one can leverage the Sysinternal DebugView to see the events as they arrive in real time. Click here to read the rest of the article.



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