Razorfish, already cozy with Microsoft thanks to its Surface demos and applications, has tried its hands (pun!) at Kinect with an impressive motion-based demonstration called DaVinci. Force powers for the next Star Wars game, anyone?
With Microsoft and Sony both set to reveal Natal and Move software lineups at E3, it's kind of crazy to think their invested millions may have just been usurped by a pair of $1 Lycra gloves and a webcam.
The video is a demo from XCM using hardware that's only about 70% complete. Unfortunately that 70% doesn't include pricing or a release date. Even so, you get a good idea of what this accessory is capable of in the two videos (one here, the other in the source link). [Maxconsole]
Hacked Gadgets uncovered this device, which is built from scratch by an Japanese engineer calling himself ChaN. The MP3 player uses a three-axis accelerometer, enabling it to sense tilt, inclination and shock. The device features no buttons, and has a SD card slot, and a small, 2.1w speaker for playback. Plus it has…