Today's project is a concept only, in that there's no code or download, and is meant to spark your imagination, to fire up additional ideas, to go where no twitter client has gone before...
Is this something most of us would use "for real?" No. But if you think beyond the normal user, to those where typing is not an option, where maybe even speaking is not an option, that where this could be the start of something very special. Or even for the broader base of users, think about gestures/NUI could be used as an additional level of interactivity...
Tweeting from Kinect
Using the new Kinect SDK as a rudimentary twitter client. It took about 4 hours to write including getting dependencies for speech recognition, and dealing with some Twitter API difficulties.
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