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Latest version of Microsoft’s motion-sensing peripheral

Thu, Jul 24, 2014, 01:00

Those who have been using Kinect on the Xbox One know the major improvements that Microsoft made to the device – it now has an improved camera with high definition video, can see better in the dark, improved skeletal tracking, and it’s so sensitive it can read your pulse from under your skin. And now the latest version of Microsoft’s motion-sensing peripheral is out for developers to get their teeth into and turn it into something useful for Windows users. The SDK for the new version is coming in the next few weeks, so expect to see some new apps pop up soon.

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