We've been highlighting really cool things about what you can do with Kinect, even before Microsoft released the developer's kit for the motion-tracking and voice-recognition hardware. This week is no exception, as I spotted something really cool on the Microsoft Blog.
If you ever wanted to know if you could make your entire room Kinectable and totally awesome, look no further than this. Frog designers and technologists, who work with the world's leading companies, to help them design, engineer, and bring to market meaningful products and services, came up with this idea, which they call RoomE. From their description of the video,
RoomE to explore the next pattern of computing. In RoomE, objects and surfaces serve as the interface. This environment offers the opportunity to experience the value of room-size computing and experiment with new interaction models to create an intuitive, humanistic system of control.
In the video, you can see a gentleman demonstrating the different functions of what you can do with RoomE. We see lights being turned on and off with voice, motion or a combination of both, and then he moves on to showing off the entire table in front of him, converted to a SUR40 with PixelSense via a projector. He's then able to give commands to the computer he puts on the table to lookup different information.
It's just another really cool concept and proof that the Kinect technology really is something viable that extends beyond your private workout sessions in your bedroom. The video is after the break and please feel free to share with us other incredible demonstrations of Kinect being used in the comments section below.