August 26, 2014
Kinect for Windows could help Parkinson’s patients rehab at home

Gustaf von Dewall – a business developer with the Swedish-based consultant Softronic – presents a project called Kinecting Parkinson’s to demonstrate how Kinect for Windows is a cost-effective way for patients with the disease to do rehab exercises at home. It can also help physicians follow up with their patients more often through remote monitoring.

July 25, 2014
University media wall uses Kinect for Windows and social media to engage students

When students enter the Liberty University library, they’re greeted by an enormous visual display, a media wall that’s 24 feet by 11 feet, with 198 interactive tiles controlled by three Kinect for Windows sensors. The wall displays animated visualizations of photos that have been submitted via social media by students and staff. The sensors let visitors use gestures to grab the photos to get details about what is being shown.