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In conjunction with its release of a Kinect software development kit for Windows 7 today, Microsoft held a “Code Camp” where it invited outside software developers and computer science students from schools including the University of Washington to see what they could do with the SDK in a mere 24 hours.

I got a chance to see a few of the projects and talk with several of the (very tired) coders after the event, and shot a few videos showing what they accomplished: a Kinect-controlled quadrocopter; a Kinect-controlled virtual orchestra; and a cooperative game for traveling parents and their kids at home that uses Kinect with a Windows Phone. See all three projects below.

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