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Submitted by Knight_Crawler 776d ago | news

OpenPool transforms billiards with a Kinect camera controlled light show

How to make a pool table an attention-grabber on a showroom floor full of highly explosive video games? Try a couple of Kinect cameras, some projectors and a sound system. OpenPool's an open-source project that's looking to bring a little multimedia action to the world of billiards. The company had some reps on the floor of SXSW's Game Expo today, showing off the system, which, at the very least, is most probably unlikely any pool game you've played. (Kinect, PC, Tech)

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Petro  +   776d ago
Old and doesn't even use Kinect, just a good old webcam, quite possibly even PlayStation Eye. At least the video of the thing on YouTube doesn't use Kinect.
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