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    I'm new to the forums so I thought I went put some information foward....

    Project Natal (“nuh-tall”) it's the code name for a revolutionary new way to play, no controller required. Compatible with any Xbox 360 system, “Project Natal” is an Xbox 360 accessory containing a high-tech sensor. Its a motion sensored similar to the Wii and eyetoy for ps2 but heres the difference unlike other 2-d cameras and controllers, PN tracks full body movement in 3-d, reacts to commands,directions and even the emotions in your voice!

    Thats not even the best part if any of you played with that dam Eyetoy for the PS2 and had that issue of it not recognizing your location if someone is in the background, well its not light-dependent. It can recognize you just by looking at your face. If you want to log on to Xbox Live just step in front of the sensor.:D


    Just thought I would put some information out there. I'll update this once i found out more:D:D
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    feel free to comment on this lol
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    Natal is old news, but it does look amazing... I'd like to see it work with Windows 7 :D
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    I'm going to love future controllers. People will use these complex body maneuvers that WILL be prone to error, and I will use buttons which will not be prone to error.
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    I have a feeling it will fail like the EyeToy...
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    It might but who knows microsoft is good on piggy banking off of other systems and making it better
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    Thank you soooooooooo much for the correction you are way too kind to me honey

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