Follow this step-by-step guide to set up a Kinect sensor on your Xbox 360. You’ll also learn how to set up a play area so you can start playing quickly and easily.
Find out where to get Xbox 360 Kinect accessories and replacement parts.
Correct Kinect sensor placement will get you the best body tracking and speech recognition performance. Here are some tips to get the most out of Kinect.
Learn how to calibrate your Xbox 360 Kinect sensor so that the sensor correctly tracks your body movements.
With Kinect’s built-in microphone, you can use Kinect voice commands to control your Xbox 360 console and chat with friends online.
There are several ways to get your Xbox 360 Kinect Sensor located in just the right place to provide the optimal gaming experience. Here are a few of them.
If the light on your Kinect sensor is red or you get the error "A problem has occurred with your Kinect Sensor," the sensor might not be connected correctly to your Xbox 360 console, or your console software might need updating.
The Xbox 360 Kinect sensor light flashes green during startup. If the flashing continues for more than 90 seconds, try these solutions.
With the Kinect sensor, you can set up your Xbox 360 console to recognize your face and automatically sign you in to your profile using Kinect ID.
Here’s a look at the critical parts that make up the Kinect sensor for Xbox 360.
Follow these steps if the light on your Xbox 360 Kinect sensor is red and you receive a "The Kinect Sensor can't move" or "The Kinect Sensor can't move enough" error.