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Intel Perceptual Computing SDK 2013 Beta Gets SoftKinetic Technology

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SoftKinetic, the leading 3D gesture recognition software and solution provider, today announced that its industry-leading technology and middleware for close-range gesture tracking will be included in the Intel Perceptual Computing Software Development Kit 2013 (SDK) Beta announced and demonstrated at the Intel Developer Forum 2012. The close-range finger tracking capabilities created by SoftKinetic including the DepthSense camera technology will enable developers using the Intel Perceptual Computing SDK 2013 Beta to create natural and interactive applications.

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hmmm maybe i misunderstand this, but isnt this saying softkinetics SDK, which is free, will be bundled by intel with THEIR perceptual computing SDK... which is free... :confused:

And since it doesnt mention anything else that the perceptual computing SDK contains... it sounds as if all intel did is rename the softkinetics SDK?

sounds like 99% marketing and 1% actual news :D