Project Natal Spotted On GorillaPod

Posted: Feb 4 2010, 11:40am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:16pm CDT, in News | Gaming

 
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Since our first glimpses of it last Summer, Project Natal has been constantly evolving in form. We've seen everything from a massive sound-bar looking system to a cobbled-together array of sensors and wires. Now SlashGear has a photo of Project Natal's latest incarnation and, I have to say, it's looking good. Right now things are very minimalist; a laser and a couple of lenses integrated into a thin black bar and stuck on top of a gorillapod.

This is obviously NOT what Natal will look like at launch, but it gives us an idea of just how tiny and versatile this sensor could end up being. You could stick a sensor that size up under your television or on the wall above it, or even attach it to the front of your home entertainment system.

Project Natal is due to launch at some point in Holiday 2010. Digitimes reports that Pegatron has secured the manufacturing contract.

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