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One of the highlights of the Day Two keynote at the MIX conference was the Kinect presentation, where we showed off a number of things that were possible with the upcoming Kinect API for Windows. One of the projects was Clint Rutkas’ Jellybean, a Kinect-controlled lounge chair (pictured above) that can be driven and reclined using only hand motions.
Later that day, Scott Hanselman interviewed Clint on Channel 9 Live and asked if he could take Jellybean for a test run. Clint obliged, and anticipating some YouTube-worthy hilarity, whipped out my Windows Phone and shot the video below:
This article also appears in Global Nerdy.