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Talking Point: Share Your Best Kinect Fun Labs Content

Posted Thu, 30 Jun 2011 by James Newton

All fun and games

All fun and games

We want to see what you've got

The launch of Kinect Fun Labs at E3 came at a pretty busy time in the gaming industry and you may have neglected it until now, but we've got a great reason for you to fire up the free Xbox Live download — to show off your best creations to the world!

We want to see your very best pictures and videos of what you've made in-game. Whether a skit using Googly Eyes or a particularly dashing self in Kinect Me, we'd love to see it.

Sharing your Fun Labs content is easiest through Sign in with your Xbox Live Gamertag and your available content will appear on the site. From here you can download your images and video, then upload them to PhotoBucket, Flickr, YouTube or your media-sharing vehicle of choice and share the links with us in the comments below.

Here's a small taste of what's possible with Kinect Fun Labs, available now and for free.

Tags: Talking Point, Features, Community, Kinect Fun Labs.

User Comments


1. Nymo United States 30 Jun 2011, 19:44 BST

I tried scanning in my Stitch plush, and rather impressed with the virtual recreation Kinect made...
After seeing how nicely it worked, I decided to make a little skit using the Googly Eyes app
Looking forward to what others made!


2. pdaddy Australia 30 Jun 2011, 23:23 BST

I Scanned myself with Kinect Me and I came out looking like a very dark skinned Asian. Nothing against asians, it's just that I am not asian, so the Kinect Me looked NOTHING like me..

I was impressed with the clothes scanning though whenever my daughter was wearing a dress it always registered it as a top and a skirt..


3. MikeAstro United Kingdom 02 Jul 2011, 08:20 BST

Heres a few pics of me and a mate on some kinect games, also some kinect labs pics too, having trouble getting the pics to share with facebook,lol.


4. James United Kingdom 02 Jul 2011, 09:09 BST

You can always save the photo to your computer and upload it to a free photo-sharing site like Flickr, Photobucket or Imageshack if that's easier :)


5. MikeAstro United Kingdom 02 Jul 2011, 16:36 BST

Aye, will look into that, many thanks....

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