February 21, 2013

theatlanticvideo:

When Mannequins Move

A department store in Japan used Kinect technology to create a new kind of marionette: one directed not (just) by strings and human will, but by strings and human will and interactive technology. 

  1. stevensaril reblogged this from gayledelima
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    What if they started moving and there was no one there o.o
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    Robotic window display. Cool. (thanks/via: theatlanticvideo)
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    i would laugh to c this thing get buck lol
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    ARE YOU KIDDING ME. SOMEONE CALL THE DOCTOR.
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    When Mannequins Move A department store in Japan used Kinect technology to create a new kind of marionette: one directed...
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