1. Real-life Virtual Worlds
Okreylos, you just invented the future of porn and online security. Grats.
2. Draw in 3D
Oh, Memo Akten. You look just like Tom Cruise too. But you will NEVER be Tom Cruise!
3. Screensaver your life.
Flight404’s Kinect hacks would work great as filters that take what’s happening in another room and project them as a screen-saver playing on every screen on your house. Like horror music video, house on fire, fat family, ASCII art. Think about that. That’s what’s up.
4. Play/Make Music
Thanks to TIM885885, and original creator SvenisNumb, you can play music. Soon.
5. Shadow Puppets
Pietrogrifon is making sure that kids are never entertained by anything analog ever again.
6. Control Robots
Control robots! Better yet, the robot knows you need something in the other room because it can see you. Actually, is that a “better yet”? I don’t know. Either way, praise/blame WillowGarageVideo
7. Control the Internet
Thanks to Fluid Interfaces you will one day control websites with the same dismissive hand gestures reserved for lords and emperor’s. Away, foul yahoo. Away!
8. Control your computer
Working in tandem with the fluid guys, Evoluce1’s Windows work makes the whole computer thing one step closer to the scene in that “Back to the Future II” scene where Marty Jr.’s all like, Channel 5 and Channel 11 and … Channel 4 and …
9. World-Altering Audio
Make your own music videos, 3D levels in games, Alter images and movies with sound - pkmital you don’t even know what this does yet, do you?
10. Have Sex
I means what I say. Click here for full frontal proofing (NSFW). P.s. This one is fake. For now.
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