BitFlipper said:CreamFilling512 said:*snip*
Not sure why you think this would be such a big problem space-wise. It's not as if the TVs are on top of each other. They are about 4 feet apart, and one being 46" and the other 60", the centers of the TVs are about 8 ft apart. Eight feet seems more than enough between 2 people.
From a technical point of view, they might very well interfere. But the light that is being projected is most likely not continuous but pulsed, so technically it might be possible for one to detect that there is already another Kinect in the room, and sync in such a way that they multiplex properly. Such things are not unheard of. I have heard many times of families that have multiple Xboxes in the same room (multiple kids), so I don't think such a scenario is an edge case.
But as I said, I want to get a definitive answer from someone that actually knows the details about these things.
"So you're gonna have 2 kinnects hooked up? why?"
If you have two Xboxes and two TVs, you don't need to play split-screen. Or better, you can play in a team or against someone else that is right there in the same room using games that usually only support online play, not split screen. We also have two Xbox accounts, so this makes perfect sense.
I am somewhat surprised that this seems to be such an unheard of setup. What's not to understand?
It might be because I'm poor and only have 1 TV in the living room. I'm being facetious of course... but C'MON 2 Kinnects on 2 TVs? That's not exactly an common configuration. That might be the ultimate first-world-problem.