There is no denying that Kinect has opened a seemingly never ending set of possibilities. We have seen Kinect used in FPS (First Person Shooter) games like Max Payne and even fighting games like Street Fighter. But did you ever thought that Kinect had some painting skills up its sleeves? Why think when you can see the painter in Kinect in a video after the jump.
So what do you think? Do you want to create some paint/brushstroke effects using Kinect’s motion sensing capabilities? Let us know in the comments section.
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We have seen a series of outstanding Kinect Hacks by many experts from different regions in past, but the hack we are going to share with you today is exceptionally different from all previous shared hacks. This hack is a result of brilliant magic skills. In this hack, an illusionist Moulla with the help of
No wonder these new and emerging technologies have taken us to the world, where our wildest imagination becomes reality, and this Spacecraft Shooting game played through a combination of two super gadgets, iPhone and Kinect is indeed one of the example of such fantasy-cum-reality. RockmoonSingapore via their YouTube account have posted an amazing game video
Most of the Kinect hacks we have covered so far at Geekword were based around video games. How about we change it a little bit? Thanks to CNET, we now know that Kinect has hidden Artistic skills. This amazing bit of discovery was made by San Francisco Bay Area artist Audrey Penven. Penven noticed something
Look what I found on the official Kinect for Xbox 360 Facebook page. THQ folks are preparing to unleash Kung Fu Panda 2 for Xbox 360 which will have support for the increasingly popular, Kinect , the motion sensing controller. Here’s how the game will work. You will assume the role of Po, the star
Did you ever think that Microsoft’s Kinect and Apple’s high selling iPhone and iPad can sit together and maintain peace and harmony? the Kinect hack we are sharing with you today shows the three top rated gadgets having some Dodgeball fun. Demo video is available for your viewing pleasure after the jump. Here’ how the
One of the the things that I was really looking forward to and was extremely excited about the ongoing Mobile World Congress show was Microsoft CEO’s keynote in the event. And boy Steve Ballmer and Co didn’t disappoint when they took the stage. The Redmondians have announced what some predicted – Kinect support for Windows
Boy these Kinect hacks just keep popping up don’t they. And whenever they do, the remind us of one and only one thing – Kinect has infinite uses and applications. The hack which we are going to share with you folks today is one that will particularly appeal to the Android loving nation as YouTube
These game developers have taken Kinect hacking like a duck to water. What other way would you describe the regular arrival of new and exciting Kinect hacks. YouTube user HackLife87 has managed to play the puzzle based Portal game using Microsoft’s motion sensing controller the video demo of is available for your viewing pleasure after
The title of the post is enough to trigger excitement and anticipation among the die hard fans of Halo. But the question is what led to this sensational story? Joystiq have spotted the kinecthalo domain registered under Microsoft which clearly says what you want to hear. If you look at the WHOIS information for kinecthalo.com,
I have said it before and I will dare say it again. These Kinect hacks keep coming at us thick and fast and more importantly we never get bored and tired of it. So what we have to share this time is the obvious question. A Youtube user HackLife87 has made Kinect do his bidding