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Ground-breaking Xbox 720 tech could turn rooms into 3D environments
September 12, 2012 | David S. Maldow, Esq.
By Rob Crossley for CVG UK
Microsoft's R&D division is working on a landmark display technology that will project a full 3D game environment across the walls of player's bedrooms and living areas, a new patent filing shows.
A breakthrough device, known in the patent as an "environmental display", will project 360-degree game worlds across all four walls of a room using advanced projection technology.
Crucially, the device will also boast a 3D depth camera, which it appears can calculate the player's position by emitting infrared light patterns and registering where the player is blocking the signal. This is a similar technique used for Kinect.
But the patent suggests further immersion with the use of Kinect's 3D camera, which can separately calculate the posture and various movements of the player.
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