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"Sure, Project Natal is the hotness and a little bird tells us PlayStation Move is pretty bodacious, but you don't have to buy a fancy game console to sooth your motion-tracking blues. When students at Cornell University wanted to play Human Tetris (and ace a final project to boot), they taught a 20Mhz, 8-bit microcontroller how to follow their moves. Combined with an NTSC camera, the resulting system can display a 39 x 60 pixel space at 24 frames per second, apparently enough to slot your body into some grooves -- and as you'll see in videos after the break, it plays a mean game of Breakout, too. Full codebase and plans to build your own at the source link. Eat your heart out, geeks. "

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Comment by azn_papirus on May 18, 2010, 11:14 pm
oh gawd, playstation eye, human tetris,
Comment by Wojtek on May 17, 2010, 7:03 pm
oh they think they are cool, but i have already seen much better stuff years ago, for example.

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