This week, Microsoft unveiled the new Kinect gesture control device which will be shipped along with the next generation gaming console of Microsoft, the Xbox One will be able to understand two people speaking at the same time. This information was revealed by Microsoft’s Phil Harrison during the Eurogamer Expo in London. This means the new technology powering the next-gen console, the Xbox one will be able to distinguish two different voice at the same time . Also, the new Kinect will be able to see and understand the two voice even if the mouths are moving in a dark room.
Another feature that boost the new Xbox One Kinect device is that the new Kinect sensor will be able to detect 25 joints between six different people , along with estimating heart rates and map faces to 1,400 points. Also, the new Kinect will able to identify and recognize who is using the controller between the range of six people. However, Microsoft has clarified that the Xbox One Kinect camera will nether record or upload conversation as stated in the published document that users will be control of what Kinect can see and hear. This means if you are having conversation with some one else and if the Xbox One is turned On, then your voice is neither recorded nor uploaded.
As far as the specs of the new Xbox One is concerned, the new Microsoft Xbox One will be powered by a customized AMD Jaguar 8 core processor along with a Direct X 11 graphics processor, 8GB of RAM along with 32 Mb of high-bandwidth ESRAM, 1080p full-HD video recording, the new Ultra HD 4K video standard and full 7.1 surround sound support. The new Xbox One Kinect device will be shipped along with the Microsoft Xbox One later this year. The Xbox One will be launching in US at price of $499 in US, £429.99 in the UK and 499.99 Euros in Europe and $599.99 AU in Australia. We have to jsut wait and watch when we finally get our hands on this next-gen console. Stay tuned for more updates.
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