Projected images behave with physics properties when interacted upon! The Kinect Interactive Projection with Box2d is fine example of the interactive nature of the Kinect. This video by Harishankar Narayanan showcases this project and all of its projected galore. In the video, the user is able to interact with projected virtual balls. The Kinect is able to track the user’s body and coordinate with the program, making it possible for the user to displace the virtual balls with touch-free ease. The balls also show basic physics behavior thanks to the Box2d Program. Forget display TV when you can clearly enjoy the Kinect with this Interactive Projection!
For more information about the Kinect Interactive Projection with Box2d, visit the project’s Youtube Page.