Surgeons at St Thomas' hospital in London have begun trialing a Kinect system to enable gesture and voice navigation of medical images during vascular surgery procedures.
Kinect is being used in many places I never envisaged it would be. Some of the most remarkable, and humbling uses, are in classroms helping autistic students. USA Today reports on a few such cases.
Second Story shows what's possible when you combine some smart, creative minds with a Kinect, face tracking and a transparent display.
Another project from the team at Second Story that takes Microsoft Pixelsense down The Longest Street in the World.
LinkedIn for Windows Phone is now available in the marketplace.