Kinect Hack Brings Kids’ Imaginations To Life Through Holographic Storytelling

Kinect Hack Brings Kids’ Imaginations To Life Through Holographic Storytelling
technology

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.

Dory Carr-Harris, PSFK
  • 25 february 2011

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. This time he’s created a game/learning tool that will allow kids to animate stories that they write and then interact with the characters and settings that they’ve imagined. Using a holographic projection, the characters and objects that have been drawn and written about are animated and appear around those acting out the drama. He describes the educational and creative benefits of this new hack on his website:

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