Kinect Fun Labs adds Musical Feet, Battle Stuff coming soon


Microsoft has rolled out a new gadget for Kinect Fun Labs in the form of "Musical Feet." As the name implies, the app lets you play "music" with your feet, turning your floor into a virtual keyboard. You can also record your own sounds and, as you can see in our test video above, share videos of your compositions (so long as they're under 15 seconds, anyway).

On November 28, another new gadget entitled "Battle Stuff" will be added to Fun Labs. The gadget promises to allow players to "watch [their] favorite household items step into the ring for bare-knuckle brawls." The app will actually scan items into the game, at which point players can "see what kind of fighters they become, and then coach them on to victory." Finally, we can settle the age old grudge between the lamp and the ficus tree.
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Kinect Fun Labs Welcomes Two New Gadgets!

Get out your lab coats because two new gadgets, "Magical Feet" and "Battle Stuff," are joining the Kinect Fun Labs lineup this month!

Currently available for download:
· "Magical Feet" lets you make music with your feet. Select a sound (musical instrument, animal, or even your own voice) and dance across a giant virtual keyboard. Ham it up to become a Music Feet maestro, and share recordings with friends and family. "Magical Feet" can be purchased for 160 Microsoft Points.


Coming Soon:
· "Battle Stuff" lets you watch your favorite household items step into the ring for bare-knuckle brawls. Scan your stuff to see what kind of fighters they become, and then coach them on to victory. "Battle Stuff" will be available for download on Monday, Nov. 28 for free. Happy battling!


Always full of fresh new experiences, Kinect Fun Labs is continuous innovation bringing exciting innovation into the homes of Kinect for Xbox 360 owners. Check out this video to learn more about the endless possibilities with Kinect Fun Labs and stay tuned for more great additions to the Fun Labs family of gadgets in the coming months.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.