The Kinect has been around for a while and version 2 added some great new capabilities. Natural User Interfaces (NUIs) are continuing to grow. The technology used in the Kinect is making it to other devices, including your laptops.
Come see some cool projects being worked on, what burnt fingers Greg has gained over the years and how to push the limits of hacking on a Microsoft Kinect.
Greg Levenhagen is a Microsoft MVP in Windows Platform Development and principal software engineer consultant with Skyline Technologies. He has a great passion for giving back to the community and teaching. A true enthusiast of computer science, with passions and interests including mobile, UX, architecture, parallel, testing, agile, 3D/games, cloud, languages and much more. Greg speaks at conferences like ThatConference, CodeMash, VSLive and DevLink. He is also a Microsoft Certified Trainer, board member of ThatConference, president of the Northeast WI Developers User’s Group, President of the Northeast WI Code Camp and the Milwaukee Code Camp, cofounder of the Northeast WI Agile User’s Group, INETA speaker and IEEE and ACM member.
Along with being a life-long geek, Greg enjoys golfing, football, woodworking, philosophy and stimulating conversation.
When & Where
Fox Valley Technical College
Appleton, WI 54912