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Xbox 360 Kinect 1st Bootup and Setup

With the hopes of catching success of the Nintendo Wii, Microsoft and Sony have manufactured motion controllers to detect and include users physically in the gaming process.

According to Lewis Ward, a research manager of IDC’s video gaming advisory service said that “Millions of additional US households will be enjoying motion-based gaming this holiday season.”

The device went on sale Thursday utilizing 3D motion recognition to allow users to play games with body movements rather than hand-held remote controllers.

In this video, Jon Rettinger will be introducing you to the interface and first boot-up of the device.