The clip above is the product of Float Hybrid Entertainment, a company that aims to foster new ways of thinking and doing, by tapping into existing and easily accessible technology. That's a promise that everyone makes, yet Float's largely Kinect driven approach certainly demonstrates them being on the right track.

Given everyone's preconceived notions of what is doable on the platform, it's somewhat of a minor revelation to see someone not only tap into another Xbox 360 staple (the twin shooter) but also make it a two player affair (the environment is controlled with a mobile device).

For the most part, they seem interested in allowing both game makers and creators flex their creative muscles via Microsoft's hands free device. Float's YouTube channel is filled with all sorts of examples; the "World Builder" clip is definitely worth checking out, along with "Sound Flower", seen after the cut.