Some hax0rs have figured out how to control the Kinect’s motors from Windows, the first step in eventual total control of the new Microsoft gaming product. Not much else to say right now except that this demo shows the motors inside the Kinect interacting with a small app on the desktop. Could this be the first step on the road to the $2,000 bounty for an open-source Kinect?
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