Microsoft corporate vice president Kudo Tsunoda, who worked as the creative director for the Kinect program, is moving on to a new role within the organization. As the corporate vice president of Windows Apps Studio, Tsunoda will oversee products such as Microsoft Edge and HoloLens.
Terry Myerson announced the change in an email sent out to Microsoft employees. In a statement to Polygon, a Microsoft spokesperson said that Tsunoda's new role will involve "improving human interaction methods, like voice and gesture, on Windows-powered devices and applications."
Hanno Lemke and Shannon Loftis will be replacing Tsunoda at Microsoft Studios, reporting directly to Xbox head Phil Spencer. Lemke currently serves as the general manager of Microsoft Studios Europe, which oversees Lionhead, Lift London, Press Play and Rare, while Loftis is general manager of Microsoft Studios Publishing.