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We round up some of the best Kinect hacks
When Microsoft launched [[xref: http://www.goodgearguide.com.au/article/367040/review_microsoft_kinect_xbox_360_-_something_quite_right/ |Kinect for the Xbox 360]], it intended the peripheral — which is capable of full-body motion tracking for multiple simultaneous users — to be used for games and media playback. However, it wasn't long before enterprising hackers started using Kinect to do much, much more. Microsoft has embraced the burgeoning community of Kinect tinkerers, and will release a [[xref: http://www.techworld.com.au/article/377487/kinect_windows_sdk_shipping_later_year/|Windows SDK]] for the device, which recently set a [[xref:http://www.techworld.com.au/article/379336/microsoft_kinect_hits_10_million_mark_sets_guinness_world_record/| Guinness World Record]]. We've rounded up some of the coolest Kinect hacks so far.