LightBeam is pico projector that uses a webcam to track and reorient its display to suit any ad hoc surface, the piece of paper in your hand, the cover of a book, or the picture frame on your desk. The technology was developed by German researchers at the Darmstadt Technical University. Working prototype of LightBeam systems was constructed based on the Microsoft Kinect and a special camera that allows the system to create an interactive projection. Аs а tools of system controlling can be used any ordinary objects, which affords rotation, like glass or water bottles. Fore more information watch video below.
Using the Kinect as some sort of “magic mirror”, researchers at the Technical University of Munich created an augmented reality application that lets people see what the insides of their bodies look like, as opposed to just seeing a reflection of themselves in the Kinect “mirror”
This new model of mirror, hails from the research and development lab at the New York Times, is special as it not only helps you avoid getting nicks whenever you shave, but it is also capable of sending different kinds of media content to your eyes whenever stand in front of it.
Specialists of Razorfish created a new platform, called Kinect Shop, designed for virtual shopping, which can help to save time and energy to all fans to shop. Shopping becomes easy and affordable for all platform’s users, who can buy a particular goods without irritated.The platform is based on the game system of Microsoft Kinect.