This week, Microsoft held its first ever Microsoft Accelerator for Kinect Demo Day, where 11 start-ups companies showed their Kinect-based software apps to over 100 venture capitalists.
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Microsoft has named 11 startup companies that will participate in their first Kinect Accelerator program, designed to offer those groups money and Kinect hardware to help develop software products.
Microsoft has launched a new program called Kinect Accelerator, designed to give 10 development teams funding and assistance to create commercial applications that use the Kinect motion sensor-camera.