Do you ever get that feeling of that you’re being watched? Well it can’t get anymore obvious ¬†than that if you’re around this Kinect program. This tracking eyeball video featured by Youtube user¬† shows how they used the Kinect to create a huge moving eyeball in the form of a Pufferfish Sphere. This spherical contraption can project images which can be viewed by passers-by. By actually inserting an image of huge retina and have the Kinect track the movement and position of the users, a seemingly disturbing (yet very interesting) Kinect hack has been made.

The primary hardware involved was a Pufferfish Sphere. With the help of OpenNI and WPF, Tracking Eyeball was made.

For more information about the video, visit the project’s Youtube page.

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