Kinect for Windows Archive

Microsoft Shows Off Kinect For Windows V2 Hardware

The second generation of Kinect for Windows is getting closer and closer to launch, according to Microsoft, and now the company has finally unveiled the hardware. No big surprises here — the design is very similar to

Kinect + 3 game bundle is now available on Amazon

This is pretty cool. Amazon is now selling the Kinect with  three Kinect-friendly games for $99.99 ($50 off). The bundle includes: Kinect Adventures The Gunstringer Fruit Ninja Kinect. In the United States, this bundle ships for free so

Kinect For Windows Commercial Program Launches Today

Today is officially the start of the “Kinect for Windows” commercial program, allowing companies worldwide to get their hands on the Kinect. From there hopefully they can develop innovative applications that can provide improvement to internal operations

Microsoft pushing ahead with Kinect hardware integration for Windows 8

Microsoft are continuing to push the Kinect into new hardware platforms. The push seems to correspond with the upcoming release of Windows 8. You may remember that a year ago, we published a rumor that seemed to

Kinect Sensor for Windows coming on February 1 2012

OK, the CES 2012 keynote by Steve Ballmer is over and the summary is in progress. Most of you may not remember this, but in January of 2011, we had reported the rumor that Microsoft was developing

Kinect For Windows Coming Sometime Early This Year

2012 is shaping up to be a rather exciting year for Microsoft with Windows 8 on its way, possibly Windows Phone 8 sometime this year, Kinect for Windows, and the chance of an announcement of a next-generation

Call me Nostradamus – Kinect 2 or Kinect for Windows is coming

So once in a while we will get a tip and publish it on this blog and wait…. Sometimes the tips are false (it happens) but just sometimes… In January of this year(2011), a source “Ryan” gave us

Microsoft announces Kinect for Windows Software Development Kit (SDK)

Microsoft has released 32-bit and 64-bit versions of the Kinect for Windows Software Development Kit (SDK) beta. The Kinect is a horizontal camera that sits at the base of your TV. The device contains an RGB camera,