Food For Thought – Kinect In Schools

The Kinect for Xbox 360 has been subject to a wide variety of opinion ever since its announcement in 2009 with the mysterious project name ‘Natal’. In 2010, the Kinect sensor was released globally to the public, allowing them to finally see if their expectations were correct about the product. Today, the sensor has sold over 18 million units worldwide, but speculation over the use of Kinect is still in debate by many gamers and developers alike. Do the numbers speak for themselves? Is Kinect a revolutionary piece of equipment? Or is this product simply a glorified eye-toy?

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Ghost_of_Tsushima1726d ago (Edited 1726d ago )

Next will be Kinect in the bathroom. On serious note I really don't think Kinect needs to be everywhere.

Gimmemorebubblez1726d ago

Hackers and Pedophiles will find away to hack into the Kinect Camera.