WSJ Confirms Xbox 360 Full Body Motion Sensing Controls
May 13, 2009 16:19
It's not official yet, but it's getting close: The Wall Street Journal is claiming that Microsoft is developing a new 3D video camera for the Xbox 360 that will allow you to control games, Wii-style.
According to the WSJ's sources, the new technology will give players "more accurate control over games" than earlier z-depth cameras. Apparently, it may debut as early as next June at E3 but it won't be released until 2010. [WSJ]
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