Microsoft has previously made it known that it’ll be releasing the official Kinect SDK to developers sometime this year, but there hasn’t been any official date mentioned yet, until now. The official SDK that will allow Kinect developers to easily come up with more uses of the gaming motion controller, and find more creative ways to utilize the device has been reported to be arriving tomorrow. According to the folks over at WinRumors, the beta version of the official Kinect SDK for Windows will be released tomorrow, June 16th at 9.30AM PDT. Since that’s only a few more hours away we won’t have long to wait. Stay tuned for more details, and hopefully even more homebrewed methods to use the Kinect.
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