Kinect is now compatible with Windows

Support is complete and the SDK offers all the tools to develop all kinds of applications for Windows, at the moment for Windows 7, with which to take advantage of the voice, movement, depth of field and body movement detection capabilities that have been from Kinect one of the most amazing gaming peripherals of the past year.

Microsoft includes drivers for both 32 and 64 Bit and without a doubt this device will be a key piece for the next Windows 8 operating system that will be launched at the end of 2012. At the moment we will surely begin to see interesting things for PC beyond some games that can support this sensor.

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