In one of the more creative ways we’ve seen a Kinect being used, is in this video project by the folks over at 1024 Architecture. They used the Kinect sensor to track the skeletal movements of a person moving, the replaced the tracked wireframe with some special effects, and then projected the special effects over the performer again, resulting in one heck of an awesome music video. Words won’t do justice to describe how cool it looks, so hit the break to catch the video yourself. There’s no telling if they will start a trend using this method, but if you start seeing this technique used in mainstream music videos in the future, at least you can say you’ve seen it before. Head here to find out more about the project.
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