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Microsoft has confirmed that the long awaited Kinect Fusion update for the Kinect for Windows SDK will finally be released on Monday, March 18th, along with other new features.
Microsoft demoed Kinect Fusion in public again this week as part of TechFest. The new technology, which scans objects to create 3D models, will be added to the Kinect for Windows SDK later this year.
At BUILD 2012, Microsoft held a panel for Kinect for Windows, where the company showed off some future plans, including Kinect Fusion, which promises to add full 3D reconstruction of real objects.