This is not a usual Kinect for Windows SDK Gallery kind of post, but this sure seems like a great place for this, doesn't it? I mean we've got the cream of the Kinect dev crop here, both as readers and highlighted project authors...
We're looking for authors who are interested in putting together a book to educate developers on both the range of current Kinect development projects and to provide them with instructions and code on how to build such projects. If you have experience with the Microsoft Kinect API and are interested in authoring or co-authoring such a book, or if you know people involved in Kinect projects that you think would be good for inclusion in such a book and you can provide introductions, please respond to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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