Console Gaming

Sony PS3 goes slim and silver in Japan

We have seen the Playstation 3 go through all types of strange looks before like white, and now it is getting a silver paint job.

Not only that, it is slimmer, and there was a “fat” version in the same color introduced back in 2008. read more…

The Spyder Gaming hubs for the consoles

This is the Spyder gaming hub, and it is designed for all of those who have the big three gaming consoles.

You will see on the picture how it has the Xbox 360, the Sony PS3, and the Nintendo Wii, and they hold up to sixty pounds. read more…

Razer announces the Ferox portable speaker

I think that we are all familiar with Razer products. They usually are into gaming products like the PC Gaming Set based on Tron Legacy and the Starcraft II Series.

Now they are introducing the Ferox, which are some ultra portable stereo speakers made for portability and omni-directional sound. read more…

Oh no, not another Kinect accident!

Even though we just finished reporting on some of the better qualities of the Kinect, like the possibility of it doing holograms, there is a dark side.

You know those people that say that video games produce violence? read more…

MIT Media working on Kinect Hack for Holographic future

Yes, we have seen a lot of Kinect Hacks, and some of them are being used to create some interesting views of another person with its sensors and cameras.

It would appear that some guys at MIT Media Lab are figuring out a way to create something of a holographic effect like Star Wars, with a Princess Leia. read more…

This Kinect Hack does Minecraft

Some of you might be familiar with Minecraft, and other, like me, only heard of it because of cool applications like this Kinect Hack.

For those who don’t know, Minecraft is a “sandbox building” video game that allows the user to build structures out of textured cubes in 3D space. read more…

3D Volumetric Display is powered by Kinect

Of course, I can’t stop reporting on Kinect hacks, especially those that come use some sort of 3D interface.

We’ve seen those with a guitar or a piano, for example. This is Taha Bintahir’s 3D volumetric display that can render an image in 3D, and can be gesture-controlled by the Kinect itself. read more…

How to use a Kinect to shoot balls of power

Kinect Hadouken from Elliot Woods on Vimeo.

Go ahead and watch this video that you see her by a man named Elliot Woods.

Yes, it is another Kinect hack, just like we have seen before with the invisibility, surfing the web, and numerous other ones. read more…

Kinect Hack can control a mini-robot

Some of you might remember when reported on the possibility of the ROB for the Kinect. This is one of several Kinect Hacks that I report on a daily basis, sometimes twice a day.

This is a video from Japan-based Asura Engineering, and the have made the robot that we all want to see, one that does our every move. read more…

Mad Catz amBX adds lighting to your gaming

For those that want to add some sort of ambient lighting to their PC games might be interested in these amBX devices from Mad Catz.

These devices actually follow the colors on the screen, and change appropriately in order to “set the mood” depending on what game you’re playing. read more…

The Avatar Kinect program at CES 2011

We have been seeing a lot of Kinect hacks here at Cybertheater, and I can’t figure out which one is the coolest. There was the one that can do serious virtual reality and another to make you invisible. read more…

Another Kinect hack used to create X-ray vision

I suppose that we have seen a lot of Kinect hacks in the past few months since its release. Remember that one that rendered the user invisible? Now watch as the user’s skin is made invisible. read more…

World of Warcraft on the Kinect

Yes, there has been a lot Kinect Hacks lately. I don’t know whether or not this is related to the web surfing one that we reported on the other day, but at least it isn’t the ThriXXX. read more…

KinEmote for gesture control of XBMC and Boxee

Yes, we have seen a lot of Kinect Hacks, and some of them are useful like the web surfing one, and some are just plain neat like the invisibility feature.

This is the KinEmote, a free public beta that allows Windows users to navigate XBMC and Boxee by gesturing at it. read more…

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