Project Natal the future of PCs?

Bill Gates plans to integrate Project Natal camera into Windows PCs.

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AridSpider3476d ago (Edited 3476d ago )

maybe you will finally realize what Microsoft is capable of Software wise once Natal is out and see where they are headed with all of this.

Bu bu bu but, its just a laggy EyeToy! BAM!

Blaze9293476d ago


But yeah people need to realize this isnt just an "EyeToy", Xbox 360 already has it's "EyeToy", the LIVE Vision Cam.

Carlos I don't see what's so hard to believe in Natal working out for PCs. From the begenning you can bet it was Microsoft's plans; since Xbox 1 they've always focused on PC -> Xbox 360 integration, not the other way around.

CarlosX3603476d ago (Edited 3476d ago )

Well, the thing is, Windows 7 is coming in October, so last minute ditch effort to put natal into Windows is crazy. I can already see a delay right here, and right now.

And on top of this, what's crazier is that we're in the year 2009, and we're already seeing Minority Report in our console, but ....PC's too? What's next? PC's become the forefront of TV programming?

How much technology do you need to use a computer? What...the?

Blaze9293476d ago

Delay? You ever heard of Windows Update?

Its tech and tech is constantly evolving and getting better, especially with PCs. Not like they are saying Natal will be mandatory for PCs, its just a nice addition to add onto Windows and Microsoft is taking that leap into the future again.

Godmars2903476d ago (Edited 3476d ago )


But Natal is hardware...

And what real use is it going to be overall to PCs? How is it not just for games and casual Use?

JasonXE3476d ago

Might be cool for basic features and stuff but for gamin, mouse and keyboard for life!

Blaze9293476d ago

of course, nothing beats mouse and keyboard gaming.

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FG3476d ago

This could be awesome

winlonghorn3476d ago (Edited 3476d ago )

Yes, it is hardware. However, what would the hardware be without the software (a.k.a firmware) to tell that hardware how it needs to operate? Answer: A Paperweight. :) It is the software portion that is innovative. Those types of cameras and microphones have been around forever lol.

Blaze9293475d ago

someone with a brain O_O

shopsmartash3475d ago

I've been dying to comment on that forever. The PS eye maybe have all of the capabilities of Natal, but without significant software support, all hardware is useless. I think MS may finally have the software to back up the new hardware...we shall see