Razorfish DaVinci Kinect Demo Might As Well Be Bare Bones Telekinesis

Razorfish DaVinci Kinect Demo Might As Well Be Bare Bones Telekinesis
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Razorfish, already cozy with Microsoft thanks to its Surface demos and applications, has tried its hands (pun!) at Kinect with an impressive motion-based demonstration called DaVinci. Force powers for the next Star Wars game, anyone?

DaVinci, just so you know, is a physics-based illustrator tool that allows a user to manipulate lines, tiny balls and other shapes using gravity effects, their hands (open and closed), “magnetism” and a variety of gestures.

A proof of concept for now, but, come on. The potential demonstrated in this simple demo alone speaks volumes for future of interactive experiences and games on peripherals like Kinect—or otherwise. [Razorfish via Engadget]