Kinect For Windows SDK Now Available For Download

For those of you genius types Microsoft has released the free SDK package for working with the Kinect sensor on a Windows interface.  Up until this point any work being done with a Kinect and a PC has been homebrew, but now developers can get their grubby little hands on the official development kit for the Kinect on a Windows platform.  I’m too dumb to figure sh*t like that out, so I’ll leave it up to you super geeks to come up with the mind blowing creations that will undoubtedly come out of this project.  You can download the Kinect for Windows SDK for free right here.  Let us know what you come up with, I’d love to feature it for the land of geeks to see!  You’ve been wishing you paid more attention in your programing classes…


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