Kinect-powered stroke rehab system gets FDA clearance

Back in January, we featured a story about Jintronix and its innovative rehabilitation system that uses Kinect for Windows to help stroke victims recover physical functions. The origins of that story date back to April 2012, when Jintronix, then based out of Montreal, became one of 11 startups selected from more than 500 applicants worldwide…


Microsoft’s Kinect Accelerator Begins Today

I am pleased to announce that the finalists for our Kinect Accelerator have arrived in ever-sunny Seattle and today are launching into a three-month program to build new products and business using Kinect. I can’t wait to see what they come up with – using Kinect, these teams have the ability to reimagine the way…


Kinect Accelerator Program Seeking Innovators

In March, ten startups will converge on Seattle to start developing commercial and gaming applications that utilize Kinect’s innovative natural user interface (NUI). As part of the Microsoft Kinect Accelerator program, they will have three months and a wealth of resources—including access to Microsoft and industry mentors—to develop, and then present their applications to angel…