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<p>Even though the Kinect has been on the market for over a year, Microsoft motion sensing device is far from old news. In fact, Microsoft announced at this year Consumer Electronics Show (CES) that the Kinect for Windows hardware and accompanying software is finally arriving at the start of February. There even an Amazon page for it already.</p>
<p>The only problem is that those already owning a Kinect for the Xbox 360 will not be able to use it on their PC. A new sensor will have to be purchased at $249, but this PC only one has a new "near mode" that allows the depth camera to see objects as.</p>
<p>Here is a more concrete and amazing application of the Minority Report fantasy that the Kinect enables.</p>
<p>A group at MIT has rigged up the Kinect to act as a controller for a web browser. Sort of like a touch screen, minus the touching. This video had me gasping and uttering expletives.</p>
<p>No more carpal tunnel syndrome?.</p>
<p>Awesome, no?</p>
<p>This is clearly one controller that is not going to stay forever tethered to an Xbox 360, as Microsoft may have originally intended it to. We expect to see even more exciting ways to use a Kinect to control all kinds of things in.</p>
<p>Here another cool hack using the Kinect, albeit one beyond the reach of most of us.</p>
<p>Some students, staff, and professors at MIT have developed "hand detection" software using the Kinect motion sensor. Below is a demonstration of this software. It recalls Tom Cruise iconic scenes from the movie Minority Report.</p>
<p>Minority Report via the Kinect.</p>
<p>Brick by brick, it seems like science fiction movies are coming true. First The Matrix and now Minority Report. What futuristic fantasy will the Kinect enable next?</p>
<p>I both scared and excited to find out. ERP). Remember, Kinect will work with every Xbox 360 ever made.</p>
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<p>Kinect Holiday Bundle: Available later this year will, the bundle will contain: Xbox 360 4GB console, the Kinect sensor and Kinect Adventures packaged together for $299.99.</p>
<p>What was your first experience with Kinect?</p>
<p>Mine was through my friend Robert. (He in the blue shirt above.) I was over at his place, and he and his girlfriend had just gotten a Kinect. After much futzing with the Kinect because it kept falling off their flatscreen TV, they finally got it to stay.</p>
<p>They fired up Kinect Adventures and played River Rush and Rallyball. Then they busted out Dance Central. I could have done without Lady Gaga music, but I did appreciate the game as the next step beyond Dance Dance Revolution. And I recognized the Kinect as a significant advance in consumer.</p>
<p>Play Kinect at the four Microsoft stores around the US right now! You can even play Dance Central!From 1up:If you itching to play Kinect, you don have to wait until it launches this fall. The official Microsoft Store Twitter account tweeted today: "Can wait to play Kinect? Try it at MicrosoftStores nationwide!" The company is using the word "nationwide" a bit loosely, though, since physical Microsoft stores are only in four locations, on or near the west coast. But if you happen to live around Scottsdale, Arizona, Mission Viejo, California, San Diego, California, or Lone Tree.</p>
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