November 22, 2010

"Getting the Kinect to do things it was not really meant to do"

NYT “We are going to see an exponential number of videos and tests over the coming weeks and months as more people get their hands on this device.” By JENNA WORTHAM

'Companies respond to this kind of experimentation with their products in different ways — and Microsoft has had two very different responses since the Kinect was released on Nov. 4. It initially made vague threats about working with law enforcement to stop “product tampering.” But by last week, it was embracing the benevolent hackers.'

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