Taking a good view of the city is as easy as moving your hands! The Kinect 3d Interactive Moscow Videowall is a great example on revolutionary technology in aiding travels. This video by Youtube userĀ  from VIVID Interactive showcases how the Kinect and a Videowall display can grant users a convenient way to view the city of Moscow. In the video, users are seen using their hand gestures in navigating from different views of the city. The Kinect captures the motions and then adjusts the image accordingly. This allows users, especially travelers and planners to have an ocular of the city without the need to go to the place itself. Moreover, the gesture-based controls adds a sense of fresh yet convenient technology.

For more information about the Kinect 3d Interactive Moscow Video Wall, visit the project’s Youtube Page.

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