SPrAyCE features an Arduino-connected can that creates virtual spraypaint by tracking the user’s movements.
The engineers from Chaotic Moon Labs pushed the limitations of the Microsoft Kinect by using it to move and control a physical object rather than virtual ones.
A virtual fitting room was installed in Moscow as an alternative to the traditional method of trying clothes on.
A clever hack in the form of an art installation uses custom software and 3D printing to create a souvenir sized version of the visitor.
The "Fabricate Yourself" system uses the gaming device to help shape a creative 3D printing project.
British artist and designer Chris O'Shea, the man who brought us the Air Guitar Kinect hack, has made yet another playful augmentation to the software.