Microsoft Releases Non-Commercial Kinect for Windows SDK

Have you been itching to dig into Kinect development the easy way, you know, without needing to use all of your own smarts just to… do whatever you do with the sensor? Your day has come, my good man or woman, because Microsoft has finally released an official software development kit for Kinect that you can use in Windows. The SDK has all kinds of cool things or whatever like “raw sensor streams” and sample code, and it should have everything you need to make your own cool Kinect things.

This free SDK is for non-commercial use only, but those indie devs looking to make money off this bitch can use it to get a head start on development until MS unleashes the commercial dev kit at some point in the future, which they promise they will do. For now, get the non-commercial sdk here.

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