Tag Archive | "Xbox Kinect"

Audi: An Urban Mobility Future Installation

Sunday, September 2, 2012

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In a 190m2 three-dimensional LED surface stands the Audi Urban Future Concept with the upcoming A2. The dynamic surface demonstrates how the future of connected cars will automatically interact with the typical city infrastructure of tomorrow. The installation features a real-time graphics engine and the tracking software, which receives live input from 11 Xbox Kinect [...]

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Goertz: The Augmented Reality Shoe Store

Saturday, July 21, 2012


How does a German online shoe store grab some attention in the real world? Well, a virtual shoe fitting installation makes sense right? Yep, here it is, the Virtual Shoe Fitting Store from Goertz, an Augmented Reality, Microsoft Kinect powered installation that is plugged into a giant screen, then rolled out as virtual shoe stores [...]

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Xbox Kinect: Dancify Yourself Mobile App

Monday, January 23, 2012


There is a growing trend towards launching promo mobile apps for console games which I’m not sure every buys into just yet, but when you see an example like this from AKQA for Dance Central 2 (the sequel to the most popular Xbox Kinect game) you’ll soon realise the potential for fun-based feature apps and [...]

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Microsoft: The Future of Xbox Kinect

Sunday, November 6, 2011


Following on from the last “Future” focused Microsoft video I posted last week, come the Kinect Effect, and this one is a little closer to home. It showcases the possibilities of Microsoft’s Xbox Kinect, where it began, where it’s been and where it will take us into the future… We’ve been playing with the Kinect [...]

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Xbox Kinect: Become Your Own Souvenir!

Thursday, April 7, 2011


Wow. This is a seriously cool digital installation based in La Rambla, Barcelona, a place made famous by street artists posing as those crazy “human sculptures” along with the tens of thousands of tourists who come to see those street performers stand… still… The crew at blablablab.org gathered to reverse the roles, developing a digital [...]

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