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How to Conduct a Pipe Organ Concert with a Kinect [Video]

The Kinect has been re-purposed for projects ranging from piloting UAV drones to steering shopping carts, so why not use one to play Melbourne Town Hall's 4-story organ like a gigantic theremin? More »
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