It's been available in beta for a few months, but Microsoft has now made the final version of its Robotics Developer Studio 4 toolkit available for download. As before, it remains completely free, and it's also now compatible with the release version of the Kinect for Windows SDK so you can build your own beverage-carrying robot like the one Microsoft shows off in the video after the break.
Today Microsoft released Kinect for Windows 1.5, an update to the Kinect for Windows platform that contains a set of new tools and upgrades that should spur developer interest and... Read Post
Microsoft has released a a beta SDK for Windows. This initial release, announced at Microsoft MIX earlier this year, is for non-commercial use only. Developers will now be able to build Kinect apps using Microsoft Visual Studio. At ... Read Post