It has been an interesting few months for PrimeSense. Having supplied Microsoft with the depth-sensor technology used in the Xbox 360 motion device Kinect and watched it sell 2.5 million units in its first month on sale, the Israeli firm has formed OpenNI, a nonprofit organisation promoting Natural Interaction (NI) devices, applications and middleware. It’s also released open-source drivers for its own motion-sensing device, PSDK 5.0. So where does the five-year-old startup go from here? We sat down with Adi Berenson, VP of marketing and business development at PrimeSense, to find out.