Ironically, this latest Kinect hack makes the all time fastest selling electronic consumer device all the more similar to the Sony Move. You have these blocks of different colors, which are placed on the floor, these correspond to different gameplay elements.
Someone will then get from here to there, and needs stairs, bridges, and so on placed in his way. Don’t understand what I’m talking about? Check it out in the video below.
Kinect hacks aren’t anything new nowadays, but have you ever wondered how successful Kinect actually has been since launch? We’ve got some figures, and according to them, Kinect is the fastest selling electronic device of all time.
We see all sorts of Kinect hacks almost every week, but we don’t recall one that allows you to use Kinect for ‘swimming through’ the internet. I also don’t think that’s something on everyone’s mind, but there you go.
David Stolarsky created this hack as a part of the OpenNI Developer Challenge, and it’s called the SwimBrowser. The name is quite self-explanatory, so it’s quite obvious that you’ll use all sorts of swimming moves in order to navigate through web pages.
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Kinect hacks are getting quite popular, and speaking of which, you might be interested in this latest Kinect hack that could potential replace your tele’s remote control.
Ok, it would be ridiculous to say we didn’t expect this from a Kinect hack. But as unexpected uses for Microsoft Kinect go, producing a music video right up at the top. The music video for Young Silence, by Echo Lake is given an almost eerie feel by the ability of Microsoft Kinect in the Youtube upload low, check it out.
Every once in a while we present you with a new Kinect hack, and today we have a Kinect hack thats been designed to be used with Minecraft, so let’s see what does Kinect and the blocky world of Minecraft have for us today.