Motion Control for Xbox 360 Revealed by Microsoft
Microsoft presented a prototype camera Monday that can be utilized as a manager for the Xbox 360. Codenamed “Project Natal,” the camera eradicates the need for a hand-held input apparatus — rather than, the gizmo can pathway a player’s full body action, identify their face and voice, scan images of genuine pieces and reply to both personal and vocal commands. (Msnbc.com is a junction project of Microsoft and NBC Universal.)
Microsoft furthermore debuted 10 exclusive new sport and some supplements to the Xbox Live online service at their flashy Electronic Entertainment Expo press seminar at University of Southern California’s Galen Center. The “Project Natal” prototype apparatus showcased at the E3 press seminar blends a camera, deepness sensor, microphone and processor running proprietary software. Kim said game developers would obtain “Project Natal” development kits Monday, and that there was no designated day set for when the apparatus and accompanying programs would be accessible to the public.