Microsoft says we’re not going to get in trouble – thanks Ira and NPR!
FLATOW: So you have no problem… with the people using the open-source drivers then?
Ms. LOFTIS (Microsoft): As an experienced creator, I’m very excited to see that people are so inspired that it was less than a week after the Kinect came out before they had started creating and thinking about what they could do.
FLATOW: So no one is going to get in trouble?
Mr. KIPMAN (Microsoft): Nope. Absolutely not.
Ms. LOFTIS (Microsoft): No.
FLATOW: You heard it right from the mouth of Microsoft.
(Soundbite of laughter)
Mr. KIPMAN (Microsoft): And by the way, I…
Prof ISBISTER: I’m really relieved.
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