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Posted on Wednesday, February 9 @ 10:02:54 PST by

Microsoft's Kinect motion-sensor has been a resounding success in the realm of video games. But Microsoft always envisioned the device reaching far beyond video games and into everyday life. That vision has been somewhat brought to reality with Microsoft Home.

At their Redmond headquarters, Microsoft has a mock "future house" set up with Kinect technology at its core. Walls are covered with "digital wallpaper" that's controlled by gestures and voice commands, just like you would with Kinect. Imagine waking up, turning to your side, and commanding your wall to check your email, turn on the lights, and start a pot of coffee.

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