“In this situation, for example, when the user kills another user’s character, that victorious, though speechless, user would be able to tell the other user that he had been ‘PWNED’.
In another embodiment, a user may be able to speak or make the facial motions corresponding to speaking words. Kinect’s out on November 4 in the US for 0 and £129.99 in the UK.
We’re wondering if it can recognize the one fingered welcome as well, then.
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"It was very important to us that Naughty Dog survive and Naughty Dog go farther." Rubin went on to emphasize just how difficult it was to make that transition.
The system may then parse those facial motions to determine the user’s intended words and process them according to the context under which they were inputted to the system.” The patent also states Kinect tracks fingers and toes. A European and UK release is expected to be revealed soon.
“Where more points are tracked, additional features may be identified, such as the bones and joints of the fingers or toes, or individual features of the face, such as the nose and eyes,” according to the patent.
These voice commands will allow you to switch between weapons on the fly, as well quickly navigate through menus and status screens.
It’s not the only upgrade, though, as Amos insists that the studio has worked hard to draw every last drop of juice out of the Japanese giant’s new console.