Posts Tagged ‘Kinect for Xbox 360’

If you’re familiar with Microsoft’s Kinect technology, you were probably amazed the first time you saw it, since its motion tracking accuracy looks like it’s been taken straight out of a science fiction movie. That said, having such an awesome technology restricted to just gaming would be quite a waste: that’s why Razorfish, a company that designs creative user experiences, has applied it to shopping. Say hello to KinectShop!

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We’ve already covered the massive line-up of games Microsoft announced at E3. In this post, we’ll cover the all-new Xbox Dashboard, Live TV, YouTube and Bing integration.

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Microsoft’s E3 conference is go! They are set to announce sequels to big franchises (Mass Effect, Halo, Gears of War, Forza), preview upcoming major blockbuster titles like Modern Warfare 3, Ghost Recon and showcase new ways to make use of the awesome technology packed into Kinect.

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Ever since Microsoft announced its Kinect peripheral for Xbox 360, the world has both loved it and hated it in equal measure. Sure it’s great for getting gamers off the couch and it offers something no other console can – controller-free gaming.

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Its official now folks! The Skype+Microsoft deal is a go, with the Redmond-based software giant announcing today that they have acquired Skype for a whooping $8.5 Billion.

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One thing we never tire of at Redmond Pie is hacks that use Microsoft’s Kinect in new and interesting ways. If an iPhone is involved then you get double points, and that’s exactly what Singaporean developer Rockmoon did.

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Not content with just being in the Guinness Book of World Records for having the fastest selling consumer electronics device, Microsoft is now going after another record and they need your help.

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Netflix on Xbox 360 has got a major update to include support for controlling the experience using Kinect for Xbox 360 peripheral.

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Microsoft today announced a new Software Development Kit for its Kinect hardware allowing developers to bring Kinect-controlled applications to Windows.

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Kinect sure has been to places it wasn’t designed for. Such is the power of hacking the devices and using them to your benefit. We have previously seen Kinect hacked to work with PlayStation 3. Not just that, some clever folks took just 24 hours to turn GMail’s April fools joke into a working reality using Kinect, and much more.

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Forza Motorsport 4 is one of the most highly-anticipated games of 2011, and if a video leaked to Kotaku is to be believed then we’re in for a treat. Not only will the game feature more cars and more tracks but also more Kinect.

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We’re actually surprised it took someone this long, but just 24 hours after Google’s brilliant Gmail Motion April Fools joke appeared, it’s been turned into reality.

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