Ed Cotton: Hackers Give Rise To New Ideas For Microsoft Kinect

Ed Cotton: Hackers Give Rise To New Ideas For Microsoft Kinect
technology

A project is starting to give outsiders access to Microsoft's talent in order to accelerate innovation and drive development.

Ed Cotton, BSSP
  • 22 november 2011

Microsoft’s Kinect has been massively successful, originally built as a reactive response to Nintendo’s Wii, it’s a technology that’s been hacked, played with and manipulated way beyond its original intent.

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