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Kinect Developer Johnny Chung Lee Leaves Microsoft for Google

Written on January 19, 2011 by B Waldorf

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"I have some big news to announce on a personal front: Very recently, I have left Microsoft to join a special projects team at Google. After more than 2 and a half years working as a core contributor to the human tracking algorithms for Kinect, it was an extremely difficult decision and I leave behind many great colleagues in Redmond." ---Johnny Chung Lee

After years of spending his time in developing the Kinect, Microsoft’s Johnny Chung Lee has now decided to revert his talents to search engine giant Google. Mr.Lee didn’t actually say what will be his position in Google but we do know that he’ll be joining a special projects team and he’ll be working as Rapid Evaluator.

As of the moment, Johnny’s reason for his sudden transfer to Google is still unknown. Read his statement after the break.

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