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Microsoft's Kinect and a bath used to create an interactive game surface

Here is a really interesting application using the Kinect sensor.

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Community1418d ago
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5eriously1418d ago

Sorry, saw to late it was a polygon.com submission. Unfortunately this time I gave your site a hit, I will try my best to let it never happen again! That is until you prove you have grown up to be less biased!

Sorry for the inconvenience!

CrossingEden1418d ago (Edited 1418d ago )

Omg people like you REALLY need to stop taking yourselves so seriously. -_- OT: This is pretty epic.

5eriously1418d ago

I would love a Kinect2, if ever it becomes available for PC(wink)I will consider getting one I agree its "epic" I love technology therefore I look at specs and see what's best value for my money. The Kinect2 IMHO would be a very powerful tool and addition with a powerful PC that can utilise all it's capabilities and potential.

zeroskie1418d ago

crap, I did the same thing! next time I'll check the site first.

jerethdagryphon1418d ago

what i see is a sensory room thing for kids with autism :)

ainsleyharriott1417d ago

Can't wait for Kinect 2 for windows. Gonna see some crazy things!