TweetKinect brings the Etch-A-Sketch to any available window surface. Nothing like playful window glass to make you feel like a kid again (even if your first instinct is to write a dirty word.) Read more at the Nordstrom blog.
TweetAnother Kinect-fueled innovation from CASALA. Me wants. Hook up a human-sized RPG and I can LARP in the safety of my own home (except for the mocking laughter of my children.)
TweetIn my dream world, the Kinect system wouldn’t be tethered to the XBox 360. Instead, it would hook to the TV and have an extensive app library like the iPhone. Sweet spot around 1:25 for a ninja vanish move. The Kinect makes invisibility so easy, it’s mind-boggling. And better work on your arm endurance.
TweetIf global conflicts could add a little more Batman style POW! to their arsenal, we might not actually have so much conflict. Oh yeah, and it’s a Kinect video. Comic Kinect: for all those who wish life was a comic book from Maya Irvine on Vimeo. Read more about it!
Tweet The Kinect has become an indie revolution, open sourced and hacked to provide a wealth of effects we haven’t had access to for augmented reality. The Kinect Hacks site is doing a terrific job covering the revolution, but I want to make my bid for what I want the Kinect to do outside its […]
TweetI’m not familiar with the superhero Ultra-Seven, but wearing a boomerang on the back of your head seems like a bad idea. The Kinect porn superheros can’t be far behind. Go here for the code.
Tweet As we saw by the recent poll on Games Alfresco, the Kinect is the biggest thing in augmented reality right now. Even since my last review of Kinect, there have been many new innovations. Using Kinect as a real time green screen is becoming an easy reality and fast. Dustin O’Connor has transformed his room […]
TweetTwo years ago, in 2009, augmented reality took its first steps into mainstream consciousness. This last year, 2010, we’ve seen augmented reality really expand into new formats and across spectra. Like I did last year, I’m going to review month-by-month the mishaps and happenings of augmented reality in 2010. This year the task seems more imposing […]
TweetThe last year the augmented reality movement has been accelerating at an ever increasing pace as new applications and companies are forming so fast it’s hard to keep up. The addition of the Kinect sensor has given the technology an even bigger power boost and now I can barely keep up with just the Kinect […]
TweetI just can’t get enough of these Kinect projects. I’m sure I’ll bore of them eventually, but it’s like someone took a blender to reality and starting throwing pieces back in randomly. Give me some functional AR glasses and we can really dive into layers of reality. Today’s feature is from Yummyfuture (or Matt Bell), who has […]