Posts in Kinect

Thoughts on Day 1 of Build 2014

By Terry Myerson

Today was an important day for Windows and Xbox at Microsoft’s Build conference in San I encourage you to check out blogs on Windows Phone and Windows Update, to get the details of the work we are delivering for developers,… Read more

Watch our ‘Empowering’ ad from tonight’s Big Game

By Brandon LeBlanc

In tonight’s Big Game, we aired a one-minute ad that celebrates what technology can do narrated by Steve Gleason, former NFL player and post-Katrina hero of the New Orleans Steve is now living with ALS and narrates the ad in… Read more

Announced: New Kinect for Windows Sensor and SDK

By Gavin Gear

The announcement of Xbox One made this a very exciting week for tech Xbox One will no doubt change the way we think about gaming and entertainment, and I’m eagerly awaiting my opportunity to experience this new technology more exciting… Read more

New in the Store: Nike+ Kinect Training app

By Michael Stroh

This week Nike and Microsoft officially launched their eagerly-anticipated Nike+ Kinect Training First unveiled at last summer’s E3 gaming convention, it’s one of a growing lineup of fitness titles for the Xbox What you might not know is that there’s… Read more

Kinect for Windows SDK Update Released

By Gavin Gear

If you’ve been waiting for the updated Kinect for Windows release, I have good news for Today, the updated Kinect for Windows SDK and Kinect for Windows toolkit were released, and are available for public download! Since I started developing… Read more

Tapping Into the Power of Kinect for Windows

By Gavin Gear

Hello everyone, my name is Gavin Gear, and I am going to be blogging regularly here on the Extreme Windows My background includes working on the Windows sensor team (see recent talks from BUILD HERE), and before Microsoft I graduated… Read more