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AMTk is a Kinect augmented motion and action game utility toolkit developed and supported by the [http://www.etc.cmu.edu/projects/action-in-motion/ Action in Motion] project team at the ETC.  It is a plugin library for Unity3d - if you are interested in using or testing it, please contact [[mailto:adam@adamlederer.com Adam Lederer]].<br/>
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AMTk is a Kinect augmented motion and action game utility toolkit developed and supported by the [http://www.etc.cmu.edu/projects/action-in-motion/ Action in Motion] project team at the ETC.  It is a plugin library for Unity3d - for now it's only available internally at Carnegie Mellon, but when we resolve licensing details (likely some manner of open source) we'll update this page.  If you are interested in using or testing it, please contact [[mailto:adam@adamlederer.com Adam Lederer]].<br/>
 
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Action Motion Toolkit (AMTk)

AMTk is a Kinect augmented motion and action game utility toolkit developed and supported by the Action in Motion project team at the ETC. It is a plugin library for Unity3d - for now it's only available internally at Carnegie Mellon, but when we resolve licensing details (likely some manner of open source) we'll update this page. If you are interested in using or testing it, please contact [Adam Lederer].

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