The Kinect team isn't ready to go deep yet. You'll need to be patient.
That is of cousre their choise but i think they are making a mistake keeping so much of the technical info away from the public.. if you visit any kind of gaming news site at all, all you'll see is misunderstandings and down right incorrect statements about
people are not seeing the potential of kinect. they see it as a wii ripoff with wii ripoff games. they are ofcourse incorrect but since kinect was announced microsoft has done -nothing- to widly mitigate this kinect FUD... it makes me worry if the visions
for kinect are truly as limited as microsoft makes them out to be, a casual only experience packed with shovelware, or if there is something else as well. if you look hard enough, read every interview and study every video clip in detail [and im pretty close
to that] there are grains of hope, but the general public has absolutly no idea..
they dont adress any of the concerns, not the lag, not resolution, not deeper games, kudo is basically just saying "just buy it ok? they you'll see how good it is" well you know what? it takes a little more than the word of an exceutive for people to get
excited about a product. the people who will make kinect are indie developers, like many of us here at c9. The kind of people who dont have giant budgets but can afford to takes risks. microsoft is telling is that completly new experiences are required for
kinect, but at the same time they are keeping the developers who create those experiences completly in the dark.
compare the handling of kinect with winPhone7. there develoeprs got in early and was able to give feedback on the development expereince. its like night and day..
microsofts by far weakest point has always been marketing and understanding their customers [devdiv excluded]. casing point,
this very recent interview with kudo where he claims the launch games have something for everyone. the bloody well dont. maybe thats just execu-speak, but if he truly belives that, kinect is in
serious trouble unless more wide-minded developers are allowed access.