December 21, 2010
They've also filmed these experiments and posted them on YouTube, creating a whole new genre of "kinect hack" videos -- many of which can be seen at this site that's been curating them. You may have seen these floating around -- Oliver Kreylos from UC Davis has posted some of the earliest and most popular ones -- but their numbers have continued to grow over the past month.
We've pulled together a playlist of the most-viewed recent "Kinect hacks" below. Together they've drawn over 6 million views: