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Microsoft now encourages Kinect hacking

Posted on Tuesday, November 30 2010 @ 21:46:23 CET by


CNET noticed Microsoft has changed its position on Kinect hacking. A couple of weeks ago the company didn't condone it but now the company claims the device was left open by "design".
Microsoft representatives appearing on National Public Radio's "Science Friday" today said that the company's Kinect motion-controller was left open by "design," despite earlier comments by the company that it did not "condone" Kinect's hacking.

A tweet by the "Science Friday" staff read "(Xbox director of incubation) Alex Kipman says Kinect interface was left unprotected 'by design.' [And Microsoft's] Shannon Loftis says she's 'inspired' by community finding new uses."



 



 

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