@computerguycj: LOL. That would be awesome. And since Phil made the terms user configurable...
Now we (the community) need to add an import/export/share/Nuget repo for terms then we're cooking with gas! lol
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@Bucc0: Fixed. Thanks :)
Quick Note: Jamie just blogged about a Kinect for Windows v2 version of this project.
Terminator Program: With The Kinect 2
@Jason Cartwright: That's by fault. I found this via reddit and since the promo was only mentioned in comments there and not on the site or anything, I couldn't presume and post it.
I thought this was product pretty cool and one of the first I'd seen using the Kinect for Windows v2 Public Preview and wanted to get the word out asap... What I probably should have done is reached out to them before writing the post. My bad and sorry for the confusion...
"... SDK updates to the program which will include new features (e.g. Kinect Fusion) as well as bug fixes along the way to our final SDK release later this year..."
So it looks like it will be in either a future Preview or in the Final/RTM version.
@Gaurav2ks:Yeah, searching MVA can be "fun." What I do is search for the title, go to the Title tab in the results and then page to where I find the title. Anyway, here's the link, http://www.microsoftvirtualacademy.com/training-courses/building-apps-for-windows-phone-8-1-jump-start
@Rajesh: It should be available for on-demand viewing soon'ish. MVA Jump Starts can take a week or two (or more).