Students Win $100K for Kinect Bioengineering Project

Alexa Ray Corriea of DualShockers writes: "Technology has developed by leaps and bounds in the past few years, and how we harness these fleets of new hardware is what makes or breaks their practicality — and popularity. Two George Washington University students decided that Dance Central was not the pinnacle of usefulness for their Kinect. Using the motion-sensor, system, the students developed a bioengineering project for the 2011 Siemens Competition — an event that promotes the initiatives in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math — and walked away with the $100,000 scholarship prize."

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evilunklebud2415d ago

It is pretty cool tech... now bring more (better) games to it in 2012!

user8586212415d ago

Move on the other hand... *Crickets chirping*

Hicken2415d ago

Move, on the other hand, has games worth playing.

Kinect is an amazing piece of hardware, but- so far, at least- it is ill-suited to the gaming industry.

NYC_Gamer2415d ago

this piece of hardware is capable of so much.congrats to the students.

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