5 sci-fi technologies people achieved by hacking the Kinect

5 sci-fi technologies people achieved by hacking the Kinect

Jul!a Jul!a
"On June 1, 2009, Microsoft announced the Kinect, and with it, they promised the birth of a new generation of motion-controlled video games. Instead, we got a virtual puppy petting machine and awkward wedding-dance simulator. But some particularly handy people took a look at the Kinect and saw the true potential. Here's what they gave us ..."

I don't have a Kinect myself, but I've been thinking about one. However, I'm not sure I'd be doing any of the same things these people did.

09/26/2011
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Originally posted by Jul!a
"On June 1, 2009, Microsoft announced the Kinect, and with it, they promised the birth of a new generation of motion-controlled video games. Instead, we got a virtual puppy petting machine and awkward wedding-dance simulator. But some ...
I think it is so awesome that there is a platform so versatile. it really lets people get creative.
09/26/2011
Errant Venture Errant Venture
I remember one story of some college students teaching a robot to use a lightsabre, using Kinect.
09/27/2011
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