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  1. Nothing new! This is old news as it was done before with project Mimicry, a sandbox game…. they did exactly the same with different textures and without virtual world to play in. Look for Mimicry Sandbox on youtube.

  2. Nothing new! This is old news as it was done before with project Mimicry, a sandbox game…. they did exactly the same with different textures and without virtual world to play in. Look for Mimicry Sandbox on youtube. Nothing new! This is old news as it was done before with project Mimicry, a sandbox game…. they did exactly the same with different textures and without virtual world to play in.

    youtube.com/watch?v=95QUvb5Sphw

  3. Chuckle. Well it looks like you’ve come to the right place my friend since this video shows you’re not the first person to think so, take a look and tell me what you think…

    /watch?v=j9JXtTj0mzE&feature=share

  4. You’re right. My guess is they want to hit the education market with these things. A school might look into it for a safe-play project so little chaps and chapesses can play with water without drowning each other. It has the hallmarks of a scientific proof of concept rather than a full featured domestic application. It would be cool to muck around with though and to find out what it does if you put objects on it etc.

  5. Hi, we are the authors of Kinect sandbox from this clip and it turns out that we did the same realistic flow simulation as them 2 months earlier, just kept the video private. FYI /watch?v=6W3xGDbaS_M&feature=plcp

  6. I love seeing practical applications of augmented reality. Very nicely done. I like the volcano feature!

  7. all you did was pre record movements and projected them and moved the sand to time it correctly, still pretty damn cool though

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  9. Yes, that’s because when you set a private video to „public“mode, the date is overwritten. We weren’t aware of that.

  10. so the kinect camera analyzes ho far away the sand is from the projector and adjusts colors to make the sand appear as sand, water, or lava? i.e.. the lava would be the closest and water the furthest! =D

    P.S. i only know this because for FIRST robotics this year we had the option to control robots with kinect cameras.

  11. HAHA. ME too. I’m busy watching that clip right now. I LOVE the guy’s shows. I’m trying to watch literally all of them. I have yet to find one boring show.
    But back to this clip. It’s amazing, hey? Some clever bastard though this cool idea up. And it’s all just code. Scary stuff!

  12. Or, there may be a camera observing how the distance of the sand surface changes from it. Which would actually be simpler to do. And it actually exists. In this particular video.

  13. the kinect takes point cloud data. point cloud data has a definite distance from the camera and can actively monitor movement and position of entities. Think real life raytracing. So with that said it is relatively easy to convert that point cloud data to be used (with a projector) to broadcast a color or animation onto a substance based on a distance from said kinect.

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