Microsoft to bring Kinect to Windows PC’s on February 1!

Microsoft CEO Steve Balmer announced on Monday the company’s gesture-recognition technology Kinect will come to Windows on February 1. It was the one intriguing nugget in a presentation more notable for it’s a capella tweet choir than its news.

Microsoft - Kinect Patent

Balmer didn’t elaborate on what Kinect for Windows would look like, but one can assume that it would allow users to control the operating system without touching a keyboard or mouse. Kinect has already been a game changer for gaming and television — allowing, for instance, a child to interact with Sesame Street. It’s overwhelming to imagine how it could change computing.

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Source: mashable, livemint, xbox.com, Microsoft.com

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