This KickStarter based product will allow us to interact with computers like never before.
Building on the success and industry acceptance of MicroSoft Kinect, this sensor is capable of detecting the position of all ten fingers simultaneously. The applications for this have yet to be realized.
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Do you want to know more about tiny houses? Do you want to know what’s involved in building tiny houses? Do you want to learn construction skills? The Vancouver Community Laboratory is hosting a series of hands on tiny house building workshops this summer in association with Camera Buildings, a local tiny house building company. Workshops start July 5 and run until August 31 and take place 9am-12 noon Saturdays and Sundays all summer. Please note: Most workshops have a hands on elements which require a safety orientation unless...read more
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