June 30th 2011
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If you know there should be an article here, help improve the article parser by reporting this page. Thanks!By On July 9, 2011 · · In KinectHacks.net News
Dirty Pearls Music Video shot with Kinect
Matthew Weckel’s story:
“I recently used a kinect to shoot a music video for NYC rockers the Dirty Pearls. We combined our kinect footage with footage shot on a Canon 5D Mark II and some after effects work to create a virtual static world for the band to [...]Continue Reading → By Tom Smurthwaite On June 30, 2011 · · In KinectHacks.net News
Personally I don’t like theremins and it’s amazing how many people compare any interactive music to a theremin. Gripe over, thank god this is quick demo using kinect sdk. It does work well though theremi.therem.there.ther.the.th.t……………Continue Reading → By josh On June 28, 2011 · · In KinectHacks.net News
Watch Vassilis and his kinected art school model avatar move to the beat. Nigel Ward his ICT Professor at the European School 3 in Brussels, Belgium put him up to it. Nice Moves Vassilis!
Nigels Words (Very Instructive!)
I filmed this pupil of mine, Vassilis Y., with a Kinect and [...]
In my quest for kinect midi controllers I found this great tutorial from the synapse people. Linking gesture to Ableton Live in an understandable way. Very detailed and clear instruction, all I need to do now is download Live as my version is too old (I’ve never used it anyway but that is an interface [...]Continue Reading → By Tom Smurthwaite On June 24, 2011 · · In KinectHacks.net News
The arrival of the kinect has opened peoples eyes to the possibility of interactive media but it has been here a long time. Dance-tech companies have been using motion sensing and capture to enable dancers to control the performance environment for years. The main difference in using kinect is the cost and of course the [...]Continue Reading → By Tom Smurthwaite On June 23, 2011 · · In KinectHacks.net News
There is finally a dribble of apps using the microsoft SDK. For me the most interesting one so far is a gesture midi controller. It uses one hand for velocity and the other for pitch, then controls a hardware synth through midi. This looks very simple but I can see some amazing possibilities once you [...]Continue Reading → By Igor Barinov On June 23, 2011 · · In KinectHacks.net News
Interactive video wall built for Sensation White rave in St. Petersburg, Russian Federation.
Made in pre-SDK era with Processing, Simple OpenNi, OpenGL. Programming by Eugene Roenko.
Thanks Denis Zeltser for sharingContinue Reading → By Tom Smurthwaite On June 20, 2011 · · In KinectHacks.net News
Everything in the world of kinect moves so fast that you sometimes forget some of the great ideas from only a few months ago. I really really liked liked Tim Thompsons’ Multi Multi Touch Touch kinect instrument so I went to his blog to see what he’s upto.
Not only is it now [...]
Microsoft has officially launched Kinect SDK beta for PC. This software development kit (SDK) for Windows will allow .Net developers to write Kinect apps in C++, C#, or VB or any other .net aware launguage.
But they have not given more info yet on Kinect integration of Windows 8. Still have to wait some more time [...]Continue Reading → By Madhav K On June 16, 2011 · · In KinectHacks.net News
Microsoft is rumored to release Kinect SDK for PC today. There is an Microsoft event happening at 5:30 pm UK time where Microsoft have promised to make an announcement related to Kinect.
Event can be watched live on this link http://channel9.msdn.com/LiveContinue Reading →
- The Kinect was planned as a fancy, but just fun, XBox 360 accessory for controlling video games. However, hackers was quickly able to connect it to a computer and do awesome stuff with it. Controlling robots, scanning rooms, playing air guitars with real sound, drawing with physics and much, much more are just some of the things hackers have been able to do in a short amount of time. That is what this site is all about.
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