Kinect, Microsoft's motion gaming accessory has been hacked -- mere days after its release.
Less than a week ago New York-based DIY vendor Adafruit set a challenge, dubbed the Open Kinect challenge, which offered a $2,000 reward to whoever could hack the Kinect as desired. Adafruit detailed that the group or individual that created an open-source driver for the new accessory would be granted the prize money.
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