Kinect connects for mangroves research

From left, Australian Rivers Institute's Dr Jan Warnken, HDR student Ms Shafagh Kamal and Professor Joe Lee work with Kinect technology
Australian Rivers Institute
Motion sensing technology best known in computer games is vastly improving Queensland scientists’ ability to quantify habitat complexity in mangroves. The Kinect line of devices developed by Microsoft for Xbox consoles and Windows PCs is marrying gaming technology with ecological research to deliver precise three-dimensional data in greater efficiency and at a fraction of the […]