Version 1.0 of the SDK and runtime are now available for download, and distribution partners in our twelve launch countries are starting to ship Kinect for Windows hardware, enabling companies to start to deploy their solutions.
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Get Started Guides and Tutorials
Kinect for Windows Quickstart Series
- Installing and Using the Kinect Sensor
- Setting up your Development Environment
- Camera Fundamentals
- Working with Depth Data
- Skeletal Tracking Fundamentals
- Audio Fundamentals
Write an App! – Sample Code / Open Source Projects
Kinect Service – A Windows Service so you can see Kinect data on your Windows Phone
Kinect Paint – Draw with your hands
Kinect Mouse Cursor – Control Windows with your hands
Coding4Fun Kinect Toolkit – Developer library for easy programming
Jellybean – Our famous drivable lounge chair code has been updated to the latest release of Kinect for Windows