Hacker's have had their way with Microsoft's Kinect as soon as it hit store shelves. Thanks to the peripheral's gesture and movement recognition, they were able to make it do all kinds of cool shit. The latest hack hit YouTube today. In the video, a Japanese programmer uses the it to direct a Roomba vacuum cleaner, connected via Bluetooth, around his room. We don't know why anyone would want to do this hack, as people usually buy Roomba's to autonomously clean while they're out of the crib, but it's still pretty dope.
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