|12 Dec 2010||#4|
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this is the most recent topic i found, so this is my question:
since i already decided to buy a Kinect, would it make sense to buy a good graphic card too?
mine has only 256 mb and works good enough for 2 monitors.
or should i buy an xbox? can i control the xbox per vnc remote or similar?
can i program my xbox to send a wakeup to all computers in my network? xbox for sure makes less noise than my workstation and notebook.
i love the idea to train my computer for understanding 'room gestures'.
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