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As for the sales, Nintendo sold 500,000 Wiis over the same week , so yeah I think we could safley say Kinect is where the Wii crowd are heading.
11-29-2011 #203– the biggest week of sales in Xbox history. (Source: Internal data) More than 750,000 Kinect for Xbox 360 sensors were sold in the U.S. – standalone and bundled. (Source: Internal data)
Those are some impressive sales numbers for kinect. The peripheral is still hot as catfish grease.
& yes I'm pretty sure the camera can track the Move & your body it tracks your head & the Move in The Fight: lights out & with the Move Fitness game it seems to be tracking your body movement when you step from side to side. so I'm pretty sure when they upgrade to a HD PS-Eye it will be even better at this & it will make the Move tracking even more precise.
They need a bigger camera lenses, both Kinect and Move. It will improve low lighting conditions a well as reduce motion blur when capturing.
As far as the actual topic, with Kinect selling 750,000+ over this weekend.... doubt Move is going to catch up.
Last edited by F34R; 11-29-2011 at 22:18.
11-29-2011 #210Soldier 95BGuest
Move is good, but I have found the DS3 to be more precise and less laggy, so I just prefer to use the DS3 in the games that support both. If they ever do any Move only exclusive games, I am sure they will be fun too. Sorcery is one, right?
I use Kinect with my dashboard quite a bit now with the new preview dash, and it's implemented very well. It's precise with hand movements. I also use it for watching movies and playing Forza 4. On the rare occasion I will play Kinect only games with friends and family, but that is rare. You would have to look at my Gamertag to see when the last time is I played a Kinect only game. MONTHS.
Yeah, Kinect is not comparable to EyeToy
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So what your saying is in the future you'll have an advanced Kinect Camera with 2 Move controllers? xD. But then we wont be able to have 3D unless they figure out large screen glassless displays.
Last edited by mickice; 11-30-2011 at 00:41.
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As far as the Move Fitness, no, it's not tracking your body. It uses the approximation of what your body size would be when it "calibrates" and puts a fictitious "body" in place to give you a reference of how far you have to move to dodge the balls. You can just move both move controllers to the side, and stay in place, and it will do the same thing as if you actually moved.
when you asked "Will the camera be able to track the ball, and a body?" & keep in mind that we was talking about the Tech going forward , in case you didn't know Kinect also puts a fictitious body in place using the tracking points differences being that kinect does it automatically & has more tracking points keeping it in place.
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