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ryan

by ryan

I'm moderating a panel on the future of user interfaces at CES 2011 this week. We've assembled an extremely exciting panel that includes Dr.
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Richard Marks (Sony; creator of PlayStation Eye and Move), Albert Shum (Microsoft; principal designer of Windows Phone 7), Dr. Andrew Hsu (Synaptics; Technology Strategist), Xavier Lauwaert (HP; Worldwide Marketing Manager), and Paolo Pastorino (Loquendo). Let me know if you have any questions you'd like to see asked to this remarkably distinguished panel of experts -- they represent companies leading the field in spatial, gestural, touch, and voice interfaces for consumers. Also, if... Read more →
deinfinityx

by deinfinityx

Alright so I am annoyed, all I have heard since the rumors of Kinects price point is that $150 is to much and that Move is the better deal.
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Now this would be true by about $50 for one person but when you through in the second person the Kinect has it beaten. Now I like what Move will do for games that need a controller but it really is just an upgrade Wiimote and the games they showed at E3 only support this since they are almost identical to the wii games just with better graphics. Now the reason I love Kinect is for the fitness aspect and the potential in FPS and other games. Move and Wii can not tell you if you are doing an... Read more →