"We've invited the machine's eyes into our living rooms" for this week ending the 21/11/10: Life-logging infiltrating the extreme sports segment - not too long before tech HUD glasses hit the mainstream, neon glowing trees could make parks and acid trips quite baffling, tech clothing with embedded gadgets are really cool, and the Microsoft Kinect hacks have begun - ranging from gesture-controlled robotic vacuum cleaners and controlling Windows 7, to creating 3D footage of an entire space. Plus we discuss how the Kinect trend will make TV remotes history, and how every room will have a camera for real-time control of and adaptive feedback from the machine god.
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