Austin lab team rolls out Kinect-controlled skateboard
Kinecthesia: Students hack Kinect to help visually impaired (w/ video)
(PhysOrg.com) -- Despite amazing advances in computers and cameras, people with serious visual impairments are often aided with the most basic technology imaginable: a cane.
Kinect for Windows helps decode the role of hand gestures during conversations
We all know that human communication involves more than speaking—think of how much an angry glare or an acquiescent nod says. But apart from those obvious communications via body language, we also use our ...
Kinect 2 with Oculus Rift gets NASA robotic arm workout
Kinect Sign Language Translator expands communication possibilities for the deaf
Worldwide, an estimated 360 million people are deaf or hard of hearing. Because the majority of hearing individuals do not understand sign language, people who are deaf often have difficulties interacting ...
Microsoft offers new version of Kinect for Windows SDK
ShakeID tracks touch action in multi-user display
Company uses Kinect to create a touchscreen out of any surface (w/ Video)
Microsoft offers $20,000 payouts for Kinect apps
Researchers turn Kinect game into a 3D scanner
University of California, San Diego students preparing for a future archaeological dig to Jordan will likely pack a Microsoft Kinect, but it wont be used for post-dig, all-night gaming marathons. Instead, ...
Microsoft Kinect makes moves on computers
Microsoft on Thursday began letting software developers imbue computers with voice and motion-sensing technology from its Kinect controller for the Xbox 360 videogame console.
Queens University students hack Microsoft Kinect to make a 360-degree display
Kinect to help the blind 'see' in augmented reality
Review: Kinect motion-sensing system impresses
There are a lot of futuristic things we're still waiting on: jet packs for the entire family, self-driving cars and time-travel, to name a few. But one new, pretty darn amazing bit of technology has finally ...