Microsoft on June 1 unveiled Project Natal, a system that lets users play video games without a controller through face recognition that is captured on a 3-D motion capture camera, ChannelWeb reports. Introduced at the E3 video conference in Los Angeles, the Project Natal camera can translate three-dimensional body movements onto a screen for interactive games and other features. The product will work with all incarnations of Microsoft's Xbox 360 console. Movie director Steven Spielberg is a fan of Project Natal.

"This is a technology that recognizes not only your thumb or wrist but recognizes your entire being," Spielberg said...

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