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Xbox Infinity: Microsoft Employee Tweets Mysterious Image, Possible Kinect 2.0 Tease

Posted on Sunday, May 19 @ 19:35:27 Eastern by Alex_Osborn

 
Eric Neustadter, "the xbox live operations gaming ninja," has posted a very intriguing image on Twitter, which has been embedded above for your viewing pleasure.

The only bit of text included with the picture reads: "#ThisMeansNothing." 

Sure, Mr. Neustadter, whatever you say...

What do you think this might mean? I for one am convinced it has something to do with the soon-to-be-announced console's new-and-improved Kinect. We've heard in the past that Microsoft's new camera could very well include much improved motion-tracking, including the ability to recognize individual digits on one's hand.



It's also worth pointing out the obvious: This is clearly a play on Michelangelo's "The Creation of Adam." You'll notice that the hand of the robot has replaced the hand of God. Is Microsoft trying to say that technology is the new god? Whatever the meaning, it's all about creation, and it is clear that the company is brining a "new creation" of sorts into the world with the Xbox Infinity.

Don't forget that the Xbox Reveal is expected to answer many of our questions (and almost certainly pose new ones) on Tuesday, May 21st. Be sure to keep it locked to GameRevolution all day for all of the next-gen-related updates coming out of the reveal.

Thanks, Sebastian
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