While hackers quickly developing open-source drivers for Microsoft’s Kinect, it seems Microsoft has an official partner named Evoluce, the multi-touch gesture experts. The video below, shows how Kinect controls Windows 7 desktop and several multitouch apps. The software is based on the latest Evoluce Multitouch Input Management driver that offer many API’s like TUIO, Flash and Java. With multi-gesture control mode for Windows 7 a natural user interface is created that’ll change the way we’ll communicate with the PC and consumer electronics in every day life.
Multi-gesture and multi-user interaction unleashes exciting possibilities for a multitude of apps like gaming, consumer electronics, office, events, education, command and control, point of sale and medical systems. Soon you’ll plug in depth sensing devices like Kinect into your PC and you’ll start intuitive communication with your computer and other users.