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Announces Project Kinect for Azure.
Tech to live on in HoloLens.
Gets in the first blow of Christmas.
IllumiRoom goes interactive.
An Xbox One ad is triggering voice activation commands on viewers' consoles.
Kinect for Windows v2 around the corner, too.
High-end device for developers only.
The Xbox One will not have the Kinect peripheral included in bundles as of June 9.
Xbox One sensor port coming along.
IllumiRoom heads to the browser.
Kinect meets smartphones.
The Xbox One's voice command functionality will only be operational in five markets at the console's launch.
Microsoft has changed its mind about the Xbox One requiring the Kinect to be plugged in at all times to work properly.
Face of the Xbox One launch is leaving Microsoft for Zynga.
An updated Kinect for Windows will be released in 2014.
Watch videos of Microsoft explaining the new Kinect and how the Xbox One was designed.
Kinect Fusion finally launches with SDK 1.7.
Microsoft has opened up some of the code behind Kinect for Windows for the developer community.
The TV's no longer the limit for the game world.
Microsoft is teaming up with the US Air Force to build a physical therapy package using its Kinect hardware.
Quickly create 3D scans of objects or environments.
Does Tom Clancy know the future of warfare, or were we better off with Rainbow Six?
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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