WIN&I Media Viewer for Kinect for Windows released

Evoluce released the WIN&I Media Viewer for Kinect for Windows today. Users can present their images, videos, PowerPoint slides and PDF pages with simple hand gestures.

WIN&I Media Viewer is one of the first commercial applications for Kinect for Windows. Users can show images and videos by browsing through galleries with a simple wave of the hand. The software is now available at the Evoluce WIN&I online store.

WIN&I Media Viewer tracks gestures up to four meters from the screen and offers a new and exciting way to interact with the PC. Users can take a look at the latest holiday photos or present product videos at the office. PowerPoint Slides and PDF pages can be controlled on any large format display with Kinect for Windows.

“It’s been just five weeks since Microsoft launched Kinect for Windows and we’re already offering an easy to use natural user interface software due to the great support from Microsoft,” says Wolfgang Herfurtner, CEO of Evoluce. “WIN&I Media Viewer is designed for the living room and industries such as education, manufacturing, healthcare, and retail.”

WIN&I Media Viewer is easy to install and supports many standard image and video formats. Evoluce will offer academic discounts for students, teachers, and employees of accredited learning institutions. Companies can purchase WIN&I gesture computing hardware and software kits directly or through official Evoluce reseller partners.

About Evoluce
Evoluce software enables gesture control computing with a natural user experience. The power of 3D depth-sensing technologies in combination with intelligent software leads to direct and intuitive interfaces.

They open the door to a myriad of possibilities to interact with a huge variety of applications in gaming, consumer electronics, business & office, education, point of sale and healthcare.

WIN&I Media Viewer for Kinect for Windows

Find further information and product pictures on our website www.evoluce.com
and App Store www.win-and-i.com.

Source: Evoluce