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If you weren't impressed by the Xbox 360's motion-tracking camera, don't fret, as Microsoft's next-gen Kinect will supposedly blow it out of the water.
According to Nick Burton, the technology development head over at Rare Ltd., the Xbox One Kinect has "ten times the power of its predecessor." He and his team are currently working on Kinect Sports Rivals, a motion-heavy sports game that takes advantage of the Xbox One's fancy new camera.
"It can register a fingertip from three meters away, a feat that was impossible last generation, and its wider field of tracking means it can register more players and at closer distances," Burton added.
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