Meet Azure Kinect DK

適用対象: Azure KinectAzure Kinect SDK

Azure Kinect DK is a developer kit for building sophisticated computer vision and speech models. It combines a best-in-class depth sensor and spatial microphone array with a RGB camera and orientation sensor—all in one small device with multiple modes, options, and SDKs to accommodate a range of compute types. Developers and commercial businesses can build apps for deep-learning in different scenarios—including computer vision, object recognition, skeletal recognition, voice recognition, facial recognition, and more.

Get started with Azure Kinect Sensor DK


Before you begin developing apps, download the Azure Kinect Sensor SDK from the Azure Kinect developer documentation at http://aka.ms/kinectdocs (English only). For more info on setting up the Sensor SDK, go to Set up Azure Kinect DK.

Diagram calling out hardware of Azure Kinect DK.

  1. RGB camera
  2. Camera streaming indicator
  3. Depth sensor
  4. IR emitters
  5. Tripod 1/4" thread
  6. Tripod registration pin
  7. Side M2.5x4 threads
  8. Microphones
  9. Power indicator
  10. Sync out
  11. Sync in
  12. Power jack
  13. USB-C port
  14. Cover
  15. Screws
  16. T9 Torx wrench
  17. Serial number

Azure Kinect DK features


1MP depth sensor

This sensor has wide and narrow field of view options which enable developers to optimize for their applications.

12MP RGB video camera

The video camera provides an additional color stream that’s aligned to the depth stream. Try this with Azure Vision services.

7-microphone array

Enable far field-speech and capture sound with the microphone array. Try this with Azure Speech services

Accelerometer and gyroscope

Use the accelerometer and gyroscope (IMU) to enable sensor orientation and spatial tracking.

Azure Cognitive Services

Enhance your apps with Azure Cognitive Services for speech and vision, then train your models with Azure Machine Learning. Manage host PCs connected to your Azure Kinect DK devices with Azure IoT Edge. For more info on Azure and to make a free account, go to Microsoft Azure.