In Pictures: The Most Promising Tech Of 2010
This year at CES, Microsoft's Robbie Bach announced that Project Natal, the company's motion-sensing game peripheral, would hit retail shelves in time for Christmas. Consuming between 10% and 15% of the Xbox' processor power, Natal combines a basic understanding of human anatomy with terabytes of data documenting thousands of poses observed during testing. No word on price, but you can bet your bottom dollar this is going to be a top seller for Christmas 2010.
We've come a long way in technology. On the next few pages, we'll examine where we'll be heading in 2010. Read on!