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Lee Scott’s presentation discusses Microsoft Kinect within teaching, learning and research.
Since its release of Kinect, there has been tremendous enthusiasm and fascination. Kinect is not only a tool to help navigation and interaction, but a tool to help students to get even more engaged in learning. Kinect is already making a difference in getting students more excited about their learning environment, and helping students to get engaged…and actually get more excited about studying.
We are at an exciting time with the availability of the Kinect for Windows Software Development Kit (SDK). Kinect and NUI will bring more interactive classroom environments, the development of new learning styles that will help students with and without disabilities to get more engaged with learning, as well as the potential for much more interactive navigation tools, helping to get students involved in the teaching, learning and research.
The power of Kinect is here it’s now your turn for ideas and exploration.