I've been learning about how the Kinect is being hacked by artists and multi-media nuts to make some incredible interactive systems. The examples up at www.kinecthacks.com and many other similar sites.
I'd like to experiment with the kinect for a solo dance performance piece, where the dancers movements are the input to create live projections and sound design.
My question is what kind of projector will I need to be suitable for a live performance in a theatre with 100-300 seat capacity. The projector must be compatible with the Kinect motion detector technology, and have sufficient lumens for an effective live performance, where lighting conditions may vary slightly.
Any suggestions on how to get a great result out of this complex A/V setup would be appreciated. If you know of specific models (with price) that you've evaluated in a similar context, that would be great. Thanks