The Israeli company PrimeSense, who built the technology in Microsoft's Kinect motion control system, is now looking put their tech into everything they can. PrimeSense president Aviad Maizels said that the company wants to, "expand to all electronic devices in order to make them more user-friendly." Now flush with a $50 million dollar investment, the company will probably be putting this stuff into toasters before we know it.
See? Everybody laughed at the gamers when they said that this "Project Natal" stuff was just a fancy cover for SkyNet. Keep on laughing, people. I'm stocking canned goods and loading my shotgun.
We already know that the Xbox One comes bundled with the Kinect, which already has people typing frowny emoticons across social media, but IGN is now reporting that without the Kinect, there is no Xbox One. "Kinect does ...more
Reveling in the misfortune of others isn't something I try to frequently do, but the larger-than-life story about a New Hampshire man who burned through his life savings at a carnival in an attempt to win a Kinect was simply...more
A man attempting to win a Kinect at a carnival has reportedly lost his life savings of $2,600 on "Tubs of Fun." Henry Gribbohm of New Hampshire claims that, during a practice run, the game was easy, but once he played for rea...more