[Video] Kinect hacked to work on Android, includes proof of concept
The idea of motion control is nothing new. The idea of motion control on Android? Well, that’s a bit of a different story. Using a projector, a Galaxy Nexus, a Kinect attached to a PC, some software (Simple-Kinect-Touch 2.0), and an AOSP ROM, this is now a reality. The AOSP ROM communicates with the Kinect, and allows the user to use motion control to control the system. Sound too good to be true? Check out the video below. Yes, this is extremely alpha, but definitely gets us technophiles drooling for more.
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