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Body Tracker

August 25, 2010

Using a video camera and a depth sensor to follow 48 points on your head, torso, arms, hands, and legs, this device makes it possible to control game elements entirely through body movements.

Courtesy of Microsoft

Product: Kinect for XBox 360

Cost: $150 (console sold separately)

Availability: November 2010

Source: www.xbox.com/en-US/kinect

Company: Microsoft

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