[quote="DravenX":3m86i5ns]It would be nice to use the Kinect within Construct,Then you could create some wierd and innovative games.But don't count the ps3 eye out,It can be used on a pc with all it's features.If only there were a plugin for construct to utilize the power of both these cams.[/quote:3m86i5ns]
Found a program that can map key inputs to certain body actions: [url:3m86i5ns]http://people.ict.usc.edu/~suma/faast/[/url:3m86i5ns] (scroll down for the installation instructions). Haven't tried it out myself yet though.
The problem of the PS3 eye is that it's mainly just a 60 fps camera with a 640x480 resolution, all of it's "depth sensing" is done by the proprietary software. This means that any RGB webcam can be used to do it (like the one on Kinect, which is also able to do 640x480, but only at 30fps which has a little bit of lag as shown here [url:3m86i5ns]http://www.boallen.com/fps-compare.html[/url:3m86i5ns]). So should a developer only want to create/play games that use only one device, Kinect can be used entirely to combine the methods that the consoles use (skeletal + light spheres).
Also: for people who want to do motion sensing similar to Kinect and Move on the PC with any old webcam (recommended minimum of 30fps), check out Camspace [url:3m86i5ns]http://www.camspace.com/[/url:3m86i5ns]. It looks for a colour/object and tracks it in 3D like Move.