Top 5 Kinect Apps for Windows 8.1 to Get you Started, Free Downloads

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As we were telling you in a previous story, Microsoft has made available for download Kinect SDK 2.0, which means that more Kinnect-enabled apps will soon be released on the Windows Store. Here are some to get you started.
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If you’re looking for some Kinect-enabled apps on the Windows Store to get you started with this kind of apps, then we have three proposals that you should definitely check out.

Kinect Evolution

This app demonstrates the core capabilities of the Kinect for Windows v2 technology and helps developers understand the core capabilities of the technology. However, you will need to purchase a Kinect sensor for it to work, obviously.

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3DBuilder

We’ve spoken about this app in the past, as well, and here we’re presenting it as a Kinect-enabled application to try out on Windows 8. Users can scan in 3D color using a Kinect for Windows v2 sensor; load 3MF, STL, OBJ and VRML and save as 3MF or STL; print directly to the 3D printer or order model through 3D Systems. It’s also possible to emboss any model with text or images and you have at your disposal the following features – merge, intersect, or subtract objects from each other, or slice them into pieces.

YAKiT

Perhaps the funniest of them all, this Kinect app allows you to create animated videos by using any photo. You can add expressive animated stickers to customize the photos – including blinking eyes, talking mouths, props, characters, and special effects. It’s even possible to change the pitch of your voice to make it even funnier and create your own mouth from your photo that talks when you talk. By using Kinect, users can fully animate a character.

Fusion 4D

This is my favorite so far, because it allows users to manipulate models in 3D using the Kinect for Windows v2 sensor and your body. It’s a really cool educational app for Windows 8 which brings multiple models in biology, engineering and geography, with even more being added by the developer. You can even get different views including support for 3D glasses and by using the Magic Mirror, you can see yourself holding the model in the virtual world.

You can also check out AhKonCha, but this one is really basic and needs a lot of polishing. We will be constantly updating this list with new apparitions on the Windows Store, so if you know some, do let us know and we’ll include it in the post.

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