It allows video chat "without a headset," and it adjusts to "capture everyone in the room." This function is to be fully supported at Kinect's retail launch.
You've likely just messed your underwear in excitement - well do try to keep on reading, videogamer. "I’m also excited to confirm that Video Kinect will integrate with Windows Live Messenger at launch, so Xbox LIVE members can video chat with hundreds of millions of PC users around the world," wrote Microsoft's Marc Whitten in an .
"Video Kinect will use Kinect to bring the people you care about right into your living room without a headset, and adjust automatically to capture everyone in the room." This open letter was to all Xbox Live users, even the free loading Silver types.
It mainly banged on about ESPN, Zune and more Netflix features. This autumn will arrive the "refreshed Xbox LIVE dashboard and updated Xbox LIVE Family Settings" to keep those youngsters watching or playing only approved material.
"Every year we’ve pushed ourselves to deliver the best games and entertainment, and I’m incredibly proud of my team, and what we’re delivering to Xbox LIVE this fall. Our goal is to continue innovating and delivering experiences that are meaningful to you."
"So you can enjoy the entertainment you want, with the people you care about, in a simple way. Keep playing, keep sharing, and keep pushing us," concluded Whitten.