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Activating Jedi powers with motions actually used in the movies? Yes, please!

Humans were not meant to experience the exhilaration of  life-threatening action while slumped on a couch covered in Doritos  crumbs. Celebrity voice-overs and cinema story lines are drops in a  shallow pool of experience without raw physiological emotion.
From recognizing the trigger-pulling motion of a single finger to  activating Jedi powers through a push of the hands, Microsoft has taken a  leap forward toward a more visceral gaming experience with enhanced  gestural commands that control avatars with intuitive, life-like  movements. At yesterday’s Xbox E3 announcement, Microsoft demonstrated two games  that may give them a lengthening lead in the three-way race for gamer  dollars.

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Activating Jedi powers with motions actually used in the movies? Yes, please!

Humans were not meant to experience the exhilaration of life-threatening action while slumped on a couch covered in Doritos crumbs. Celebrity voice-overs and cinema story lines are drops in a shallow pool of experience without raw physiological emotion.

From recognizing the trigger-pulling motion of a single finger to activating Jedi powers through a push of the hands, Microsoft has taken a leap forward toward a more visceral gaming experience with enhanced gestural commands that control avatars with intuitive, life-like movements. At yesterday’s Xbox E3 announcement, Microsoft demonstrated two games that may give them a lengthening lead in the three-way race for gamer dollars.

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