May 29, 2012 AT 12:00 am

Kreek Prototype 2.0, Kinect-controlled interface

Kreek is a Kinect controlled interface which extends a normally two-dimensional multi-touch environment by the perception of depth. This allows the user to literally reach into the interface and gives applications the possibility to interprete parameters like pressure or solid distance.

Stephanie Paeper, Daniel Dormann, Lukas Höh and Mathias Demmer
web: klangfiguren.com
pictures: http://flickr.com/photos/farbfrustration/


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