Microsoft introduced the Kinect device for the XBox 360, allowing users to play games with the use of their own body as the game controller. The Microsoft Kinect device eliminates the need for a physical game controller, fully immersing the user in the game environment. The Kinect uses an optical "eye" to detect the movement of the user and translates the movement into game control. Since the first release of Kinect in November 4, 2010, many developers have begun adapting the Kinect technology into other uses besides Xbox 360 gaming. Various applications have been developed to allow the Kinect to control some aspects of a computer system, create 3D images on a computer, provide video surveillance as a security system and a whole bunch of other applications.
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