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SoftKinetic plans to provide a non-commercial version of their product for free to qualified developers. The company has been working on the technology for eight years, and iisu now recognizes full body gestures and movements in real-time, capturing motion via a single 3D depth-sensing camera. A demo of iisu 2.8 will be available at this year's Game Developer's Conference in San Francisco (March 2 to March 4) in a private meeting room on the show floor.
"SoftKinetic has long been a pioneer in gesture recognition, and we want to expand the community of developers able to access to our professional tools and technology,” Eric Krzeslo, Chief Strategy Officer of SoftKinetic, said in a statement. "We believe that opening up our cross-platform, multi-camera software to a broader community will enhance productivity and creativity, and we cannot wait to see the incredible innovations that emerge as a result."
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