Smart Trashcan Makes It Simple To Score Three In Airborne Garbage



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Smart Trashbox is a moving can using Kinect to track airborne garbage and catch every bit of it. The Japanese creator Modder FRP has developed everything from the motorized wheel base to the PCB. The Kinect monitors the whole room, calculates trash trajectory and gives out the can interception orders. Check out the reel in action in the video.
Via: engadget.com
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