Today in the first blog post on the brand new Kinect for Windows Blog - Craig Eisler, who is the General Manager for Kinect for Windows, has announced the launch of the brand new Kinect for Windows website. Along with the awesome new website, they are also releasing Beta 2 of the Kinect for Windows SDK. More than 200 companies are taking part in the pilot program to create experiences with Kinect on Windows with a Kinect for Windows commercial program coming in early 2012. For more information, I recommend reading Craig’s blog post on the Kinect for Windows Blog.
To give you an idea on the possibilities with Kinect, check out the Kinect Effect AND watch the below video…
Today marks the 1-year anniversary of Kinect and Steve Clayton has an excellent write-up on Kinect over on Next at Microsoft that really makes you look at how Kinect has changed things over the last year but also makes you think about new and exciting possibilities with Kinect. Oh and watch the above video. It’s really, really, cool!
I hope kinect for windows will be available as stable version soon, im soon lots of developers will create very cool applications that use it. If devs do cool applications soon everybody will have kinect for windows.