The Darwin BBQ is one hot briefcase

Have you ever wished that your computer could answer questions like ?What did he mean when he said that?? or ?Should I go to that party?? Well, while that may never happen, it could conceivably provide you with an answer if you asked it, ?Where did I leave my wallet?? ? if it were running the Kinsight system. .. Continue Reading Kinect-based system allows computers to locate misplaced items in a homeSection: Good ThinkingTags: Kinect, Object Recognition, Search Technology, University of Virginia Related Articles: The automobile safe Whamodyne Glass Speakers - traditional electronics in a unique new form BiKN uses iPhone to keep track of your stuff ... or kids iHome iH15: the chameleon of iPod docks Scientist closes in on creating a superlens Computer system designed to prevent SIDS deaths

The Darwin BBQ is one hot briefcase

Picture a scene in a sitcom where some character arrives at a beach party dressed in a suit and tie, and carrying a briefcase. Everyone thinks that they?re some un-fun fuddy duddy, until they ...

Wed 20 Jun 12 from Gizmag

Kinect-based system allows computers to locate misplaced items in a home

Have you ever wished that your computer could answer questions like ?What did he mean when he said that?? or ?Should I go to that party?? Well, while that may never happen, it could conceivably ...

Thu 14 Jun 12 from Gizmag

Kinect system keeps track of household objects

Tired of losing your wallet or rummaging for the remote control? A system that tracks objects you interact with ensures you'll never lose them again

Thu 7 Jun 12 from Newscientist

Lost your remote control? Don't panic - just use your Xbox games console to find it for you

A sophisticated new tracking tool developed by computer scientists could make those hours spent searching for lost wallets and phones a thing of the past.

Mon 11 Jun 12 from Daily Mail

Sensor finds lost keys and wallet

Computer scientists have devised a system using Kinect sensors to create a system that keeps track of what you put where.

Fri 8 Jun 12 from BBC Technology

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