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Kinect is more than an Xbox 360 peripheral; it’s the future of Microsoft, or at least a very possible one. It’s the beginning of Microsoft’s plans for natural user interfaces, the step beyond the thing you’re staring at right now.
There’s no need for conjecture; Microsoft’s upcoming motion control peripheral, once known as Project Natal, is now to be officially known as “Kinect”.
New gadgets, new ways to play games, new ways to look at games and plenty of new games. That’s what we expect to see at this year’s big Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles.
Sometimes, it’s handy being reminded that “gamer” is a far bigger term than most of you realise. As evidenced by this Nielsen poll, which amazingly shows that most “gamers” haven’t even heard of Project Natal.