Fallout 3 Dev: Microsoft's Natal "Wasted on Games," Should be Used for iPhone-Like “Apps”

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scott tech

Something such as this coupled with this amazing and, dare I say, open source device could make the Tony Stark computer a reality. Follow the link for an amzing and cool video...if it passes the filter

 

 http://www.gizmodo.fr/2010/01/31/voici-lordinateur-portable-du-futur-ne-ratez-pas-cette-video.html

 

 

 

Now I really should get back to work

 

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Zombie_Bo_Jackson

Wouln't need holographic display just ultra thin display on eye glasses combined with augmented reality type overlay to get the effect.

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violian

Bethesda is getting ahead of themselves. I'm 99% confident Microsoft already has plans to use Natal technology in other uses. Microsoft has introduced technologies at the "gaming" level, and then ported it to more "productive" uses - The Zune OS on the Zune HD is the framework for Windows Mobile 7, they introduced the HD-DVD on the Xbox360 to see how consumers would react to HD-movies, etc. 

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cappomutato

It should be used to turn Windows into a multi-touch experience without the touching.  Minority Report without the silly gloves.  Throw it on the back of a phone and suddenly you can use sign language in place of the virtual keyboard.  A controllerless Wii is weak.

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