With the recent announcements at GDC2015 from Unity about their new licensing model I thought I would update my Kinect and Unity3d post as now a pro Unity license is no longer a requirement. I installed Unity 5 and chose the ‘Personal Edition’ license – more details here http://unity3d.com/get-unity – this is a free download in which all features of the engine are available.
I ran through the steps from my previous post and everything just worked!
When Building the Unity project for Windows Store there currently seems to be a problem in Unity 5 where it attempts to copy multiple versions of a plugin and presents you with the error ‘multiple plugins collide’. I worked around this by deleting items from the Plugins folder until only the one I wanted remained.