Microsoft today announced that “Project Spark” beta program is extending onto Xbox One. Microsoft launched “Project Spark” Beta on Windows 8.1 devices in December 2013 and since then people are creating their old game worlds using this game’s revolutionary toolset. Since it is available both on Xbox One and Windows 8.1, with cross-platform capabilities and through the power of Cloud Saving, “Project Spark” creators can build on a Windows 8.1 device, and then pick-up a controller to continue playing on Xbox One or vice versa.
How to Download
Project Spark Beta is now available for the Xbox One! To download Project Spark, you can search for Project Spark (recommended) or find it in the Xbox Store under Games.
•Say Xbox Bing
•Say Project Spark
If you have not signed into the Windows 8 Beta, follow the on screen instructions to register or redeem a key if you already have it.
The Xbox One beta introduces our Kinect full body, face, and audio recording preview. You can use this feature to make your own animations, machinima, and more. To start using Kinect Capture:
•Switch into Prop mode and highlight the human character you wish to record on
•Hold LB and press B to enter the Character Studio
•Select the Recording Studio option and then select Start Recording.
•Try to keep the object highlight in green for the optimal capture.
•Now stop your recording and re-record, crop it, or save it out.
•Once you’ve named and saved your recording, it can be used by the Brain Tile Picker.
Applying your recording(s):
•Enter Prop mode and highlight the human character you wish to play the recording on.
•Hold LB and press Y to enter the Brain.
•Select the Do side select Appearance > Emote
•Select the + on the Do side Objects > Gallery Picker > select your recording