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Body Tracker

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

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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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