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Meet wi-GO, a grocery cart that follows disabled shoppers
posted June 11 2011 19:20.42 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Here is another Kinect hack. wi-GO is a robotic system that helps a disabled persons, elderly and pregnant women to do their shopping. The cart autonomously follows a specific target...

[Via: engadget]    [Link: wi-GO Project]
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Tags: robot   mechanical   sensors   artistic   kinect   autonomous   xbox   health & nature   



Hacking Xbox with explosives - Slow motion
posted December 21 2010 6:26.58 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Hacking, in a dictionary, is defined as: "To cut irregularly, without skill or definite purpose; to notch; to mangle by repeated strokes of...

[Link: Dan Saelinger]
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Tags: crazy hack   xbox   games and fun   slow motion   








A practical Kinect hack - Game for deaf children
posted December 21 2010 6:26.56 by Giorgos Lazaridis




This human-related Kinect hack, comes from a team of researchers from the College of Computing, Georgia Institute of Technology. They created...

[Link: Georgia Tech]
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Tags: crazy hack   research   articles   kinect   xbox   science   



3D chat with holographic friend in virtual environment
posted December 19 2010 15:35.09 by Giorgos Lazaridis




This video became very popular! Oliver Kreylos, had managed to merge two Kinect cameras into one (we had feature it a couple of days ago). Now, he got his hack a step further. He...

[Link: oliver kreylos]
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Tags: electronic project   crazy hack   xbox   Wii   computer peripheral hacks   ethernet   mods   internet related   kinect   



Kinect hack to control animation by hands
posted December 8 2010 17:06.08 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Here is another XBOX 360 Kinect hack. Jeppe from jeppewalther had his kinect to follow his hands. Then, according to the...

[Link: jeppewalther]
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Tags: kinect   xbox   crazy hack   








Autonomous quadrotor looks through a Kinect
posted December 7 2010 13:16.49 by Giorgos Lazaridis




This hack is part of the STARMAC Project in the Hybrid Systems Lab at UC Berkeley (EECS department Researcher: Patrick Bouffard. PI: Prof. Claire Tomlin). A Kinect...

[Via: DIY Drones]    [Link: Hybrid Systems]
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Tags: crazy hack   electronic project   robot   autonomous   computer peripheral hacks   research   linux related   experiments   kinect   xbox   quadrotor   



Did the predator used Kinect for camouflage?
posted December 3 2010 17:48.38 by Giorgos Lazaridis




"Over here..." Youtube user TakayukiFukatsu made another interesting effect with the XBOX Kinect camera. Using the openFrameworks toolkit, he created an optical camouflage...

[Link: TakayukiFukatsu]
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Playing basketball the easy way - Kinect hack
posted December 1 2010 19:23.25 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Vimeo user dustin o'connor uploaded a video with his new kinect hack. He made a virtual 3D basketball yard to practice in free throws, without...

[Link: dustin o'connor]
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Hacking two Kinects - merged to one video
posted November 30 2010 10:39.46 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Usually we see Kinect hacks with a single Kinect camera. Oliver Kreylos changed this and added a second Kinect to his hack! Having both modules in 90 degrees, he managed...

[Via: adafruit]    [Link: Oliver Kreylos]
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Tags: crazy hack   kinect   games and fun   research   computer peripheral hacks   xbox   

















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