Kinect for Windows coming this summer

On April 11, 2014, in Gadgets, by Mike Jefferson

If you are a fan of Microsoft Kinect, and you want to use Kinect on your PC, you’ll be pleased to know that Kinect for Windows has been announced.


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Kinect no longer required for Xbox One to run

On August 15, 2013, in Gaming, by Mike Jefferson

There has been a lot of controversy related to Xbox One, and Microsoft has decided to address some issues about Kinect and Xbox One.


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Leaked: Kinect 2.0 hardware specs

On February 21, 2013, in Gaming, Leaked and Speculated, by Mike Jefferson

It has been rumored that new Xbox will use Kinect 2.0, and today we have some leaked information about Microsoft’s new motion sensor.


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We’re all waiting for Microsoft’s next console, and speaking of which, today we have some leaked information regarding the upcoming gaming console from Microsoft.


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Unveiled at this year’s CES 2012, the Board of Awesomeness has been brought to our attention by a team from Chaotic Moon. In fact, this may be the team you’d least expect to come up with something like this. The objective of the mobile app-making studio was to take on the “mobile” aspect of its business to the next level.

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You probably know that Kinect can do all sorts of things, and with the release of Kinect software developer kit to the public, we were sure that we would see some interesting solutions, and now we have one of those solutions that lets us check our bank account with Kinect.

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Microsoft will again have multiple holiday bundles with their Xbox 360 for sale. The bundles are both trying to target to different age groups and audiences. One bundle includes a Kinect system, which will target younger kids and the second bundle will have “M” rated games for the older gamers.

Lets talk about what you get in the bundle, as the picture shows above the first bundle will have a Kinect sensor with a 250GB Hard Drive in Xbox 360 itself. It’ll also come with two games: “Kinect Adventures”, and “Carnival Games: Monkey See Monkey Do”.

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