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This Creepy Video Explains Avatar Kinect Tech

Posted on Tuesday, January 11 @ 10:13:02 PST by
Avatar Kinect promises to track the user's face in order to portray their expressions and mouth to other avatars. How the hell does it do that? I don't get it.... There's got to be some sort of explanation! Oh, wait there is!

As creepy as that is, I can't help but think about how else the technology behind Kinect can be furthered.

As a funny story, I have my computer set up adjacent to my TV. Before I started up Netflix, my Kinect recognized when the video said "Xbox Kinect." I suddenly found myself at the Kinect Hub.

It wasn't really frustrating. I just said "Kinect Dashboard" to get back, but I'm hoping for some type of update that helps the Kinect recognize your voice so random videos don't set your Xbox on fire or anything like that.
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