Microsoft Research TechFest - XNA, a depth-sensing camera, an LCD projector, and some genius
- Posted: Mar 12, 2007 at 11:50AM
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There was one booth at
TechFest that was constantly jammed with people. Everybody wanted to interview
I'm not quite sure what to call his work. I can think of all sorts of adjectives with which to describe it, but an actual name escapes me.
I will say that I had never seen anything like it.
Without a name, then, I'll just say that it's the world's coolest example of real-time terrain generation with XNA through the use of a depth-sensing video camera and real world objects.
It's also probably the world's only example of real-time terrain generation with XNA through the use of a depth-sensing video camera and real world objects.
And even that mouthful isn't enough to describe everything you'll see in this relatively short video.
Something to keep in mind while watching is that this was Andy's first XNA project.
It made me question whether or not I actually know anything at all about coding...