It’s a bank holiday Monday morning, and the wind is whistling through the pre-E3 hush. Enjoy these sparse snippets of not-news until the US wakes up again.
Kinect Hacks headlines
Kinect hacker extraordinaire Martin Szarski has built a homebrew analogue of Google Maps’ street view in full 3D, using a Kinect and a mobile phone. What did you do this weekend?
Kinect hacks are all the range since the device was released, and today, two new ones have popped up online: one performing a virtual surgery, and the other mixed hadouken with a projector.
It’s all very well to trade in your controller, keyboard and mouse, or even the need to actually play for Kinect’s hand waving approach, but the genuinely useful hacks are a bit thin on the ground.Until now. What could possibly have more real world application than a control system for (potentially) giant robots? I submit: […]
Lots of relatively minor news stories related to videogames are combined to make a whole greater than the sum of its parts after the break.
Another day and more Kinect hacks. This time it’s all about Flash and Silverlight.
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