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Silhouette: World’s First Full Body 3D Gesture Video Game

The leading 3D gesture recognition software provider, Softkinetic, announced its Softkinetic Studios, a wholly owned subsidiary focused exclusively on designing and developing video games, interactive content and natural interfaces using 3D cameras.

The new studio also introduced Silhouette™, the world’s first gesture-based video game which treats players to a rhythm gaming experience without the need for any controller. In Silhouette, players’ body movements control the gameplay entirely.

Silhouette (working title), will be launched at the NVIDIA GPU Technology Conference, in San Jose, California from Sept. 30 to Oct. 2, 2009. Silhouette challenges players with a series of rapidly approaching walls, each containing a different person-shaped opening– to successfully pass through each musically driven challenge; players must pose and contort their bodies to guide their in-game avatars through.

Silhouette is scheduled for release in the second half of 2010.

source: mcvuk

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