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Briefly: OutsideXbox wasn’t content to just make avatars from their normal faces, so they rounded up a bunch of fake noses, wigs and masks to put the Kinect’s facial recognition to the test.
Briefly: “It feels like an unnecessary add-on… I’m sure they’re going to release an Xbox One without Kinect. It would be unthinkable that they wouldn’t.” Game designer and programmer Peter Molyneux, in an Edge interview with multiple industry personalities about the Xbox One’s future.
I’ve always thought Kinect, as a technology, has the potential to change and transform lives. As part of a video game console? I’ve had nothing but trouble with it. The voice control works poorly and Kinect integration into games, I think, has been undercooked. I’ve personally disconnected Kinect and, if the above screencap has anything to say, so has Major Nelson.
Video: Korean researchers have developed a stroke recovery program that uses Kinect. As you can see in the above video, the software even features a space shooter as part of the therapy.
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