Microsoft’s New Xbox One Uses Voice and Face Recognito

By: Jen Chae - Published: May 22, 2013 • References: engadget & telegraph
Microsoft shows huge improvements since the original Xbox came out 12 years ago; the new Xbox ONE is "next generation," according to President of Microsoft’s Interactive Entertainment Business Don Mattrick.

The new model can read users’ heartbeats, as well as allowing user control via voice and facial recognition. The software activates by voice commands. Switching from cable TV to video games to even your music library is hassle-free at your voice’s command. Simply saying out loud "XBox, Live TV" will take you there. The system recognizes users’ faces through Kinect camera to log in quicker. This multi-entertainment box is evermore interactive with humans.

In terms of gaming, it allows users to run two programs at once with Snap Mode and offers newer versions of games like FIFA 14, NBA Live and UFC. Stats for Voice-Activated Entertainment Systems Trending: Older & Chilly
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