wi-GO (cont.) wi-GO was developed using .NET, Windows 8 and of course, Kinect for Xbox 360. "The Kinect can detect a human skeleton," said Figueira. "So it will lock onto a person and if they wave once it will just start following. They don't need to wear any kind of tag: it just works." The contraption has additional rear-facing motion detectors as a safety precaution.We were given a demonstration of the wi-Go in action and found it responded quickly to commands. It was almost like having a robotic dog follow us around, which was slightly unnerving.
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