Microsoft is accepting applications for Kinect Windows development kits. The price is $399, and since this is the first round of application, there are a limited number of slots, and those accepted will get their kits in November. You must have filled out an application by July 31. The commercial version launches next year. Thanks, Eurogamer.
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Kinect Windows Development Kits