Kinect, a line of motion sensing input devices by Microsoft for Xbox 360 and Xbox One and Windows PCs has received an update. To be precise, Microsoft has now issued a driver update that enables new developer features. Equipped with many great possibilities, Kinect has now received one basic feature, which, however, isn’t that simple. Kinect can now act as a regular RGB webcam for Universal Windows Platform (UWP) apps both on Xbox as well as Windows 10 with the same code. Drivers Para Windows 10.
The new camera source will support Windows Hello’s Biometric authentication. The update introduces new APIs for skeleton tracking, depth perception and more for UWP Windows Store apps and games. Microsoft’s official Windows blog writes, 'Finally, we should note that the Xbox summer update also enables these Kinect features through Windows.Media.Capture.Frames for UWP apps. Thus, apps that use the Kinect sensor's RGB, infrared, and/or depth cameras will run on Xbox with same code, and Xbox can also use the Kinect RGB camera as a normal webcam for Skype-like scenarios.'
The Kinect for Windows Runtime provides the drivers and runtime environment required by Kinect for Windows applications using Kinect sensor technology. To be precise, Microsoft has now issued a driver update that enables new developer features. Kinect can now act as a regular RGB webcam for Universal Windows Platform (UWP) apps both on Xbox as well as Windows 10 with the same code.
Skype Here’s a little memory test: Do you recall this, which posted back in May and promised to soon begin integrating Kinect for Windows into the Universal Windows Platform? Of course you do! Now we are pleased to announce two important developments in the quest to make Kinect functionality available to UWP apps. First, by popular demand, the code that Alex Turner used during his Channel 9 video (above) is now available on GitHub as part of the. Linksys Lne100tx Driver Windows 10 more.