Its sensors could well 'detect and learn' your habits like what sports teams you like because it "sees your jersey," or anger at a bad call.
"But Natal isn't just about gaming — it's about all living-room experiences," Whitten told in an interview, reports .
"Imagine a sporting event — Natal could know which team you're for because it sees your jersey, or knows you thought a bad call was made when you yell 'boo.' It learns about you and gets smarter to create a more tailored entertainment experience."
Natal really will track our every move then... isn't that a little creepy?
"If you counted the number of buttons in your living room, it would send a chill down your spine. A lot of people can play games amazingly well, but others feel locked out if games involve a bunch of triggers and buttons." Flip the bird on the fly with your Avatar.
"Natal solves that by using 3-D sensors and cameras that let you be the controller. If you want to do the spin-kick serve, no programmer has to implement the spin-kick-serve button. You just do it, and it works," he continued.
Think you'll be picking up a Natal box this holiday when it releases?