The last application for Kinect is a remote control mini-helicopter that does not use traditional knobs or drivers. You just have to move your hands in the air to give instructions and get it to rise or move from side to side. The system is capable of detecting movements of hands, head and hips and turn them into three-dimensional movements in the air.
The future of toys? It seems in the near future you will see a number of devices around you that are managed in this way. Just imagine changing channels on the TV, turn on or turn off the oven, open the garage door ... or manage 'alter egos remote robotic repeat your movements. So far the geek side of the matter is the fun of making you feel 'using The Force' to levitate objects in the air.