Hacking a system may be analogous to a would-be thief looking for an open window, but its reality looks pretty different. Trying different command codes (and I’m guessing on vocab here) to obtain entry goes through a process of using language to unlock a system built on language. Enter Kinectaspoilt to make the vulnerability probe (more) tangible. Using the Kinect sensor and a visual translation of the border code that keeps the system secure, a hacker using Kinectaspoilt can test if their code is doing the job via a game-like environment. The video posted in the link, as noted in the article, really says a lot.