Microsoft releases Kinect v2 SDK 2.0, allows devs to publish apps in the Windows Store


Microsoft today released the final build of its second-generation Kinect SDK 2.0 for Windows, in addition to one huge change related to Kinect app distribution: for the first time, developers can publish Kinect apps inside the Windows Store. The second iteration of Microsoft’s Kinect sensor contains a high-resolution 1080p camera capable of tracking the user’s movements and identifying voice commands. It was originally developed for the Xbox One console, but the lacklustre reception from players – partly due to the lack of meaningful gameplay experiences – has forced Microsoft to make it an optional accessory. The hardware could have a...

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