Kinect Fun Labs, the free-to-download toys for Xbox Live Arcade (and Kinect) that have delivered optimized avatar generation and zany object animation (but not advanced penis recognition heuristics) look to be joined by an air-band application getting you and your friends in on a pantomime jam session.
I should never have used my cat, Rande, as a test subject in Kinect Fun Labs' Build-A-Buddy. I had a buddy already. Now all I have is the horror. Oh god the horror.
This morning Owen Good told me someone from Microsoft assured him that Kinect Fun Lab's Build-A-Buddy application had "advanced penis recognition heuristics that will reject the shape". I decided to test that claim using a purple grape-scented vibrator we just happened to have on hand.
Going live on the Xbox 360's Kinect hub later this morning, Kinect Fun Labs is a series of gadgets that deliver enhanced functionality to Microsoft's magical camera peripheral, including scanning in your face to create realistic avatars and unrealistic bobbleheads.