This hack utilizes the motion sensing technology developed for the Xbox 360.

Lithuanian IT solutions company Etronika showcased the banking app it created using Kinect technology at the CTIA Enterprise & Applications exhibition in San Diego last week. With the app, you can bring motion-controlled banking into your home and manage your finances in front of the TV, paying bills and transferring money with hand gestures.

The application uses the Microsoft Kinect's motion sensing technology. The interface has two rows of icons that spin left or right. If you wave your arm to the left the top row rotates, and if you wave to the right the bottom row rotates. You select an icon or confirm an operation by bringing your hands together in front of you. Take a look at this video to see the app in action:

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