Microsoft shows Kinect hardware for Windows v2




Microsoft has the sensor, power supply and hub for Kinect for Windows v2 shown. The hardware is similar to that of the Xbox One version. The company says that the release is approaching and soon more details on the platform will be announced.

The sensor of Kinect for Windows v2 looks identical to that of the Xbox One. At the top is not only the text ‘Xbox’ but ‘Kinect’ and the Xbox logo on the right side, according to Microsoft to make way for a smaller and simpler power indicator. place

The hub includes connections for sensor, USB 3.0 and power. The food itself is about the same size as the hub and operates at a voltage of 100-240 volts, depending on the region. Microsoft released mid last year, a small group of developers have access to Kinect for Windows v2 platform, where they got an early version of the SDK and hardware. Developers since then have been some first results show of their work with the platform, such as the Apache Labs project, which can be. Screen faces of users changed

The new Kinect is compared to the previous version better voice and motion detection and video can be recorded at 1920×1080 pixels at 30fps. The platform will be. Including those used for Skype Microsoft promises to announcing more details. Known Previously, there were reports that Kinect for Windows will be v2. Released in the summer


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