The second-generation of Kinect for Windows is coming this summer, but a select number of developers have early access. Those developers are working on cool experiences that will come with Kinect for Windows. We've seen Kinect used to treat patients in a variety of ways. One company, Jintronix, has just been granted FDA approval for their unique approach with Kinect.

Jintronix ( a company that makes physical rehabilitation software that uses Kinect for Windows. In this instance, the company has an innovative way to help rehabilitate those who have suffered a stroke. The approval by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will open up the way for Jintronix to help rehabilitate more stroke victims.

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The 510(k) clearance granted by the FDA will enable Jintronix to directly be used by patients in a healthcare setting. The motion tracking and visual feedback provided by Kinect make it an ideal tool to help patients recover.

Source: Microsoft