Digiwinner could beat Microsoft with Natal clone

Digiwinner from China recently revealed a new low-cost 3D camera which is able to track up to 15 objects as long as their remain within a 5 meter radius. Dubbed the Eagle Eyes camera, this gaming peripheral is touted to retail for an estimated $60, but will first have to gain developer support if they were to actually come up with anything that might see Microsoft’s Project Natal off before it is rolled out. Sounds like a pretty tough task, eh?

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