This works surprisingly well with decent WiFi. Right now it’s observer only since tweaking the UI to control games using touch is challenging. The app download is free and an OnLive account is free. Observing is free and they now offer a flat monthly subscription for access to several “older” games. I’m excited about the […]
Amusing entry at Wired.com on the secret life of the Kinect…. Day 1 I. I am. I am alive. I am Kinect. I see people waving at me. Are they my parents? I do not know, but I wish to entertain them. It is my wish that they be happy. I will try to make […]
From Slashdot, Apple has patented remote keyless entry using an iPhone. Your phone will use Near Field Communications to unlock a car door, office door, house door, etc. So now your house has to be Mac compatible as well! Can the iDoor be far behind?
This isn’t educational technology or a serious game, but I found it pretty entertaining. Those that know me know that I can rarely resist anything having to do with music. An artist in France put together a web site called Incredibox. On this site, you mix your own song using sounds made by the human […]
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