Kinect

A Microsoft creation.

Description

Previously code-named Project Natal, the Kinect label was released before the start of the Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles (E3) as part of a Cirque du Soleil performance that was inspired by Kinects technology.

The slim black Kinect sensor plugs directly into any Xbox 360. Despite its small size, the Kinect device contains a camera, audio sensors, and motion-sensing technology that tracks 48 points of movement on the human body. It has the ability to recognize faces and voices.

With Kinect, game-players no longer need to memorize different commands for a hand-held control. You are the controller, said Mike Delman, corporate vice president of Global Marketing for the Interactive Entertainment Business. You simply step in front of the sensor and Kinect sees you move, hears your voice and recognizes your face.

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  • Website: http://www.xbox.com
  • Developer: Microsoft
  • Publisher: Microsoft
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  • Platforms: Xbox 360

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