Silly consumer, Xbox Kinect is not 'Racist'

The new Microsoft Xbox Kinect uses cameras and sensors to track and determine the movements of the human interacting with the Xbox console and than translates that data into on-screen actions however several bloggers, including a post on GameSpot, made a claim that Kinect is unable to detect dark skin tones. Consumer Reports to the rescue, proved those claims to be false and stated that their tests show there is no substance to these claims.

Test show that Microsoft's new hands-free controller really is not racist, it just seemed that way

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