OmniTouch turns any surface into multitouch touchscreen

On October 18, 2011, in Technology, by Mike Jefferson

Touchscreens are rather popular nowadays, as well as motion control devices such as Kinect, but what do you get when you combine those two technologies into one?

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Interactive Magic Mirror spotted at New York Times

On September 18, 2011, in Technology, by Mike Jefferson

You’ve probably read about smart mirror that we covered not a while ago, and if you’re fan of smart mirror, we’re glad to show you another smart mirror called Interactive Magic Mirror.

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Touchscreen displays are quite popular nowadays, and if you’re fan of these, you might be interested in this latest touchscreen display called Evolouce TWO. Produced by Evoluce, the German display manufacturer known for its multitouch and gesture displays has recently announced that it will be releasing a new model called Evolouce TWO.

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While robots may in the future offer new ways of DJing, its at the moment still no threat to human DJs. One thing for sure is that a robot wouldn’t be able to utilise this latest Kinect hack.

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We’ve seen various Microsoft Kinect hacks before but this latest is no less boring because the folks at Swiss Federal Institute of Technology have modified / hacked a Kinect so that one could use arm gestures to control and fly a quadrocopter.

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We know that Windows 8 which is currently ‘in the works’ will have a ton of new features, and since the early build of Windows 8 got leaked, computer enthusiasts have managed to find an additional feature – ‘detect human presence’ aka Kinect support.

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Kinect used to teach kids in South Africa

On March 28, 2011, in Gaming, by Keenan

All over the world Microsoft Kinect is in big hype. Not only is it the first interactive video game in which you do not need a controller for, but it also can be educational. 10 Million Kinects have been sold throughout the world, but also many different hacks have come out for it that can enhance the ability of the Kinect.

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