Kinect for Windows developers can use a set of features, “KinectInteraction,” to create Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) applications in which the movement of the user’s hand controls an on-screen hand, much like the movement of a mouse controls an on-screen cursor, writes the Kinect for Windows Team.
Now, András Velvart, a Kinect for Windows MVP, has created an online video course, “KinectInteraction with WPF and Beyond,” that provides step-by-step instructions on how to create WPF applications, and teaches students how to customize the look and feel of the controls provided by Microsoft.
To learn more, head over to the Kinect for Windows Blog.
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