Robots Come To Life Using Microsoft Kinect

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Some developers recall that Microsoft does robotics--its robotics development toolkit is popular among robotics enthusiasts. This week the company announced that it is releasing a spin-off of its Kinect for Windows SDK--for robotics.

Robotics developers can now download the Kinect Services for Robotics Developer Studio (RDS), essentially a wrapper that is built upon the Kinect SDK, which allows developers to use Kinect services with the CCR/DSS programming model. Kinect technologies are continuing to expand to areas that are poised to change the way we interact with computers and devices.

Some developers recall that Microsoft does robotics--its robotics development toolkit is popular among robotics enthusiasts. This week the company announced that it is releasing a spin-off of its Kinect for Windows SDK--for robotics.

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