Kinect SDK

Microsoft recently release the Kinect SDK which allows you to implement a Natural User Interface and program against it! There is a lot of interest  around including claims on how Robotics will change to how you can integrate a light sensor.

You can use Visual Studio (C++, C# and VB.NET supported) and get quite interesting results.

Here are a series of links below which will help you get started.

  1. Download and install the Kinect SDK
  2. Download and install Quickstart Samples and Slides (zip file)
  3. Understanding the Kinect hardware
  4. Setting up your Dev Environment
  5. Understanding the basics of skeletal tracking using the Kinect sensor
  6. Understanding camera fundamentals
  7. Understanding the audio fundamentals
  8. Playing with the Coding4Fun Kinect toolkit and seeing how one can build cool apps such as:

Keep and eye out on the Coding4Fun Kinect blog.

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Amit Bahree

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