Eye of Sauron made with Kinect and Pufferfish


11 Responses to “Eye of Sauron made with Kinect and Pufferfish”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Of all the PJ transgressions, the floating eyeball was the most egregious..

  2. Eric Hunting says:

    We’re coming close to the Leota-bot PSA (personal satellite assistant) I’ve imagined.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I think they meant to say Palantir of Orthanc…

  4. bardfinn says:

    Fool of a Took!

  5. Zac says:

    It’s neat, but I kind of wish the eye were properly animated and not just a still.

    • TheCrawNotTheCraw says:

      Yeah, I feel the same way.

      What The Technology Studio is very nice, but I miss the streaming fire emanating from the iris, or however it should more properly be anatomically described.

  6. Tatsuma says:

    Where can one buy this “pufferfish” round screen?

    • bradmofo says:

      g-clef is right – if my experience was anything to go by they’re insanely expensive and require a ton of proprietary software to get fairly simple projections to work.

  7. Phikus says:

    I’m not impressed. Try reproducing the left hip of Sauron.

  8. g-clef says:

    Apparently they’re a UK thing:


    There’s no purchase link on their site that I can find, which makes me think it’s one of those “if you have to ask how much, you can’t afford it” products.

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