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Evan Suma

  • Change Blindness Redirection in Virtual Reality

    • 1 year ago
    • 417 views
    We present change blindness redirection, a novel technique for allowing the user to walk through an immersive virtual environment that is considerably larger than the available physical workspace. ...
  • Very articulate and inspiring!

    Samantha Finkelstein Aspirations in Computing Keynote, Spring 2011

    I got the opportunity to talk with 15 extremely talented high school girls and their families at the NCWIT regional Aspirations in Computing award banquet held at UNC Charlotte in Spring 2011. Thes...
  • @kehvan @krotanah5 Sorry to disappoint you, but I'm not either variety of bear.

    ICT MxR Lab's Response to Google's Gmail Motion

    • by USCICT
    • 3 years ago
    • 633,868 views
    This morning, Google introduced Gmail Motion, allowing users to control Gmail using gestures and body movement. However, for whatever reason, their application doesn't appear to work. So, we demo...
  • Your observation is probably right for MC and most of BWL, with the exception of Nef (who could still wipe a raid if they got complacent). AQ40 introduced more technical fights that were only possible for skilled players, with every person in the raid executing their task correctly. You couldn't just tank and spank through those encounters because the mechanics were more complicated. Emps and C'Thun are´╗┐ prime examples, as well as Sartura and Huhuran to a lesser extent.

    World of Warcraft with Microsoft Kinect using FAAST and OpenNI

    • 3 years ago
    • 1,821,276 views
    We are developing the Flexible Action and Articulated Skeleton Toolkit (FAAST), which is middleware to facilitate integration of full-body control with games and VR applications. FAAST currently su...
  • This is probably my favorite of the videos you've made so far. I thought Fahrenheit was brilliant from a storytelling perspective, but muddled through the use of quick time events, which I regard as one of the biggest mistakes a video game can make.

    But quick time events with the Kinect actually seem like they could be fun! And the gesture controls here seem to really work well, very natural.

    Fahrenheit / Indigo Prophecy played on Kinect Hack (FAAST) with GlovePIE

    With all that snow around Christmas I started thinking about this game again - and how awesomely it would work with Kinect.

    Possibly one of the most underrated games of all time Fahrenheit (EU) / ...
  • Very clever video! FYI, the new version of FAAST released this afternoon now has mouse support built-in.

    Kinect Controling Mouse Windows 7 Update:**More Responsive & Faster(Not A Tutorial)

    Thx, Kinecthacks.net & Everyone for your emails,comments, & Subscribes :)....
    I look forward to messing more with other emulators I know there are alot of people doing pretty cool things...Ill try ...
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