Programming4fun has done it again, combining Kinect and Windows Phone to create interesting and engaging 3D project.
On this occasion he has created a model of WALL-E, the famous Disney robot, which uses the Kinect to sense and respond to the movement of viewers, and a Windows Phone to launch a set of scripted responses.
He seems some actual practical use for this combination, with children for example engaging with WALL-E on the television, while an adult controls the responses. This could even be used in a therapeutic setting.
Programming4fun is taking suggestions for other uses of the technology in the comments of the YouTube video, which can be found here.