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Tag: Kinect

Hacking Kinect: 3D Model Capture

Hacking Kinect: 3D Model Capture
Let the Kinect hacking begin! Less than a month after the motion-detection camera hit shelves, hackers are starting to figure out all sorts of cool stuff you can do with Microsoft’s Xbox 360 wonder-gadget.

Kinect Hacked to Work on Mac Os X

Kinect Hacked to Work on Mac Os X
Never underestimate the desire of a geek to do something geeky and brag about it even if there is no real point to what they are doing. There were reports flowing all over recently that the new Xbox 360 Kinect device was hacked to work on Windows 7 computers.

What Microsoft’S Kinect Looks Like in Infrared: Spooky!

What Microsoft’S Kinect Looks Like in Infrared: Spooky!
Unless you’ve been living in a cave somewhere, you must be aware that Microsoft has just released their Wii-competitor. It’s an accessory that works with your Xbox 360 and it’s called Kinect. What’s really interesting is how the Kinect works when looked at with an infrared camera.

Microsoft Kinect Spills Its Guts for Ifixit

Microsoft Kinect Spills Its Guts for Ifixit
The dudes over at iFixit just love to rip stuff apart. Now, on the launch day of Microsoft’s much anticipated Xbox 360 Kinect peripheral, they stripped one of these set-top gadgets down to its bare essence.

Kinect Doesn’T Get Accessories, It Gets Replicas

Kinect Doesn’T Get Accessories, It Gets Replicas
How about them PS3 Move acccesories? Ain’t they funny? The Kinect won’t stand for that. Its revolutionary hands-free technology must be marred by silly add-ons too! But an accessory won’t do, simply because there is no controller to accessorize, unless you want the Kinect camera to wear hats or have arms and legs.

Kinect Four Features Extreme Realism, Actual Dog-Petting

Kinect Four Features Extreme Realism, Actual Dog-Petting
Microsoft’s Kinect is a highly advanced controller, capable of detecting and tracking the whole human body (as long as players are not sitting and/or Asian models in swimsuits). But if you think that’s impressive, wait ’til you see what the Kinect Four can do.

Kinect Preview at Macy’S: Freakin’ Hardcore Yo

Kinect Preview at Macy’S: Freakin’ Hardcore Yo
Last month, Microsoft’s worldwide marketing manager Ryan Moore said that hardcore gamers will be the first to buy Kinect (but not because Kinect is for hardcore players, he just assumed that hardcore players were the type to embrace new tech).

Kinect Forza Demo: Do Not Want

Kinect Forza Demo: Do Not Want
To show off the capabilities of the new Kinect, Microsoft presented a demo of Forza Motorsport, which will be released next year. The demo showed how we can drive cars just by putting our hands in the “10 and 2 positions,” as if holding a steering wheel.

Child of Eden: Crazy Music Game for Xbox 360 has Us Scratching Our Heads, but We Like It

Child of Eden: Crazy Music Game for Xbox 360 has Us Scratching Our Heads, but We Like It
Child of Eden is the latest casual video game from Tetsuya Mizuguchi, creator of REZ, Space Channel 5 and Lumines. The trippy psychedelic visuals and audio carry on the tradition of weird, wild, and addictive music games from the slightly off-kilter mind of the gaming genius.

Kinect: Xbox 360 Project Natal Gets a Name

Kinect: Xbox 360 Project Natal Gets a Name
I’m betting Microsoft is a little disappointed with USA Today, who let slip today that the name for what was previously known as Project Natal, will be released under the name “Kinect.”

Project Natal Shows Up in ‘Smallville’

Project Natal Shows Up in ‘Smallville’
Project Natal is not scheduled to be released ’til later this year. Much later. Christmas later. But it seems Christmas came early for the super-powered citizens of Smallville, as Microsoft’s “Wii Killer” made a guest appearance on the latest episode of Smallville, “Warrior.”

The Future of Desktop Computing is Looking More and More Like Star Trek

The Future of Desktop Computing is Looking More and More Like Star Trek
Microsoft’s “top research and strategy officer” Craig Mundie demoed various flashy & functional future tech that the company believes will be an integral part of the future desktop computing experience. Mundie’s demo included “hologram-like videoconferencing, a virtual digital assistant, and multiple surface computers, along with voice-, touch- and gesture-recognition technology.”

Flailing Around With Project Natal Not Limited to Xbox: It’S Coming to Windows

Flailing Around With Project Natal Not Limited to Xbox: It’S Coming to Windows
Fans of Minority Report, the interfaces in Neal Stephenson’s The Diamond Age, and other future tech freaks take note: in an interview with CNET, Bill Gates says Microsoft hopes to incorporate Project Natal, revealed at this year’s E3 Expo, into Windows.

Project Natal for Xbox 360 Could Put Microsoft Ahead of Wii With Controller-Free Gaming

Project Natal for Xbox 360 Could Put Microsoft Ahead of Wii With Controller-Free Gaming
Microsoft today took the wraps off of their new input device for the Xbox 360, known as Project Natal. The new technology does away with traditional controllers and lets player use their full body to interact with video games and the Xbox 360 interface.

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