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A new application for Kinect? Avatar Kinect

by Nicole
January 4, 2011 at 6:17 pm

The Consumer Electronic Show (CES) will soon open its doors on Thursday.

However, the website Glimpse Dog has already received a picture that suggests that Microsoft will announce the arrival of Avatar Kinect.

This application offer gamers the opportunity to interact with each other. Some speak of it as a kind of Home, but less elaborate. Players can mingle or talk and they can even touch. In short, your avatar will mimic the movements you perform in front of Kinect.

This application could be added via an update. In short, for now it remains at a stage of rumors, but new information might be delivered at the conference given by Microsoft’s Steve Blamer.

Source: Glimpse Dog; Gizmodo

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