Posted by Jerry Hildenbrand on 16 Aug 2013 7:34 pm
Crafty Chromecast developer Leon Nicholls has rigged up his Chromecast, a laptop and a Kinect to create an app that allows you to control the Chromecast via motion and gestures. After firing up his application, this demo shows him using simple gestures to control position and playback of a video on his television, controlled by the Kinect and played through the Chromecast.
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Posted by Jerry Hildenbrand on 24 Jan 2012 7:08 pm
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Imagine a small projector attached to your Android device, and you can use your hand and touch the projected image to navigate the UI through a Kinect attached to a PC. There's no need to just imagine it any longer, as the Android Kinect Projector Interface project is doing it now. The developers have built a system where a projector is attached to a Galaxy...
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