We’ve seen some exciting announcements around the Kinect for Windows SDK recently – with a new generation sensor coming next year and a new version of the SDK just released in March. In that March release, was a bunch of new controls and the Interaction stream, which I think is pretty cool – you can see my set of blog posts I covered off a bunch of the new controls. This year at TechEd Australia we’re doing a session on Interactions with Kinect.
Details for the session is below. Let us know if there’s something specific you want covered!
Kinecting the Dots – Interactions with the Kinect SDK
When: Friday September 6 11:30-12:45
Where : Central A
The Microsoft Kinect has come a long way since its release in November 2010, with the Kinect for Windows SDK and device released in February 2012. In the latest SDK, you now have the ability to take advantage of the Interaction Stream to help build better "Kinectified" apps. In this session Bronwen delves into the Interaction Gallery looking at some of the Kinect controls and interactions to help you build better navigation and engagement in your next Kinect application.