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PostSubject: E3 2009 - Project Natal - Milo demo.   Sun 14 Jun 2009, 02:58



Military applications of this ?

- Rehabilitation interface technologies for those affected by PTSD.
- Familiarisation with unfamiliar environments / objects.
- Training aids.

A very clever con with some recognition technology that has been around for a long while, but put together, with predictive information on likely interactions a person will do.
Lots of potential for obsessive players i'm sure.

Unless we see the SDK's and libraries on the PC though the potential will still be limited by the pseudo-broadcast content of the console market.

- Project Natal alone you can see on other presentations, as well as Sony's answer to this technology.
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PostSubject: Re: E3 2009 - Project Natal - Milo demo.   Sat 19 Sep 2009, 16:48

From megegames.com


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Microsoft chairman, Bill Gates, confirmed today that the much anticipated Project Natal isn't intended for Xbox 360 and future Microsoft consoles only.



"I'd say a cool example of that, that you'll see... in a little over a year, is this (depth) camera thing." Gates said before adding that it is not meant for games only, "but for media consumption as a whole, and even if they connect it up to Windows PCs for interacting in terms of meetings, and collaboration, and communication."

"Both the Xbox guys and the Windows guys latched onto that [Project Natal] and now even since they latched onto it the idea of how it can be used in the office is getting much more concrete, and is pretty exciting."



"I think the value is as great for if you're in the home, as you want to manage your movies, music, home system type stuff, it's very cool there," Gates concluded. "And I think there's incredible value as we use that in the office connected to a Windows PC. So Microsoft research and the product groups have a lot going on there, because you can use the cost reduction that will take place over the years to say, why shouldn't that be in most office environments."




http://www.megagames.com/news/html/hardware/billgatesconfirmsprojectnatalforpc.shtml

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