On November 4, Microsoft began selling its Kinect sensors for Xbox at retail. Gamers, and those with a hidden inner gamer just waiting to break free without a controller, your star ship has arrived.
But what about those of us who don’t care about gaming? Those who don’t have TVs, and/or enough room in their apartments, dorm rooms or tree houses to wave our hands and partake of the current Kinect offering? We may not have to wait all that long to derive some benefit from Microsoft’s newly commercialized NUI (natural user interface).Kinect, Microsoft