Topic: Kinect

Microsoft stops producing Kinect for Windows v2 sensors

Microsoft stops producing Kinect for Windows v2 sensors
By Rebecca Lambert | 07 April 2015

Developers are now being encouraged to use the Kinect for Xbox One sensor and Kinect Adapter

Kinect for Windows helps golfers improve their swing

Kinect for Windows helps golfers improve their swing
By Sean Dudley | 23 March 2015

My Swinguru and Swinguru Pro helps players analyse and improve their technique

Kinect used to help young students understand angle measurements

Kinect used to help young students understand angle measurements
By Rebecca Gibson | 19 February 2015

Students used Kinect to capture arm movements and work out the degree of the angles they created

Recovery Rapids game uses Kinect sensor to aid patient rehabilitation

Recovery Rapids game uses Kinect sensor to aid patient rehabilitation
By Sean Dudley | 12 February 2015

Team from Ohio State University develops home-based computer game to support CI therapy

CDS helps British Army fight Ebola with Kinect-enabled video kiosk

CDS helps British Army fight Ebola with Kinect-enabled video kiosk
By Sean Dudley | 06 February 2015

Customised Windows 8.1 application also developed to deliver vital information to patients

Microsoft unveils Windows SDK 2.0 for Kinect v2 sensors

Microsoft unveils Windows SDK 2.0 for Kinect v2 sensors
By Sean Dudley | 23 October 2014

For the first time, developers will be able to commercially deploy Kinect apps in the Windows Store

Ensuring a healthy trust with the help of the Microsoft Cloud

Ensuring a healthy trust with the help of the Microsoft Cloud
By Guest | 07 October 2014

Today’s healthcare services need to be patient centric, cost efficient and compliant. Jacqui Griffiths finds out how the cloud can give healthcare providers the confidence to achieve these goals

Find out how the Microsoft Cloud can give healthcare providers the confidence to become patient centric, cost efficient and compliant

Media wall helps increase engagement at Liberty University library

Media wall helps increase engagement at Liberty University library
By Sean Dudley | 28 July 2014

Powered by Microsoft, new feature provides up-to-date snapshot of staff and student activities

Kinect for Windows v2 sensor now available for pre order

Kinect for Windows v2 sensor now available for pre order
By Karen McCandless | 06 June 2014

New features include increased depth-sensing capabilities, full 1080p video, improved skeletal tracking and enhanced infrared technology

Microsoft to sell its Xbox console without Kinect sensor

Microsoft to sell its Xbox console without Kinect sensor
By Karen McCandless | 14 May 2014

Standalone Xbox One console will be available worldwide from 9 June at a price of $US399 (£349)

Coca-Cola Amatil boosts beverage sales with interactive vending machines

Coca-Cola Amatil boosts beverage sales with interactive vending machines
By Rebecca Gibson | 01 May 2014

Company deploys Kinect for Windows and Windows Embedded solution, which was developed by TKM9 

Microsoft releases images of Kinect for Windows v2 hardware

Microsoft releases images of Kinect for Windows v2 hardware
By Rebecca Gibson | 28 March 2014

Second-generation version of the device is scheduled to launch in summer this year