May 07, 2018 · Project Kinect for Azure is a version of the pioneering camera/sensor array, designed for businesses. It integrates with the Microsoft Azure cloud. Project Kinect could help build …
Project Kinect on Azure. Project Kinect: On stage at Microsoft Build 2018, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella introduces Project Kinect on Azure . Important advances in AI-enabled edge devices come together in this object sensing, skeletal tracking technology.
We envision that Project Kinect for Azure will result in new AI solutions from Microsoft and our ecosystem of partners, built on the growing range of sensors integrating with Azure AI services. I
May 07, 2018 · Microsoft is moving Kinect to the cloud, the company’s CEO Satya Nadella announced today during the annual Build keynote. “Kinect, when we first launched it …
May 14, 2018 AT 3:40 pm Project Kinect for Azure @Microsoft #Kinect #Adafruit. At the Microsoft Build developers conference last week, Microsoft announced Project Kinect for Azure. Their new sensor array will have better capabilities than prior versions in a smaller, more power-efficient package.
The first Kinect motion sensing input device was released in November 2010. Kinect’s lineup […] Arguably the most interesting of all the Azure announcements at Microsoft’s Build 2018
Kinect is back, and it wants to make the Internet of Things smarter and less reliant on the cloud. Microsoft has taken the wraps off Project Kinect for Azure today at Build 2018, its annual
May 07, 2018 · Kinect didn’t die, it just changed forms.Today at its annual Build developers conference, Microsoft announced Project Kinect for Azure saying that the …
Kinect, as it existed for Xbox, may be dead, but its legacy continues to live on. Speaking at its Build 2018 developer conference, Microsoft announced Project Kinect for Azure, a tool meant to
Microsoft announced a number of features and products for AI and the intelligent edge today at its Build 2018 conference keynote, such as Project Kinect for Azure, and the Speech Devices SDK.
At its Build conference today, Microsoft announced Project Kinect for Azure. Azure, if you’re not familiar, is Microsoft’s cloud computing service, and the star of Microsoft’s show this year.