E3: Microsoft's hottest games and gear--have a loo...
<h2>ESPN and Microsoft Revealed an Exclusive Kinect-Enhanced Partnership </h2><br><br>Nodding to sports fans, Microsoft rolled out a Kinect-based ESPN interface with commentators Josh Elliott and Trey Wingo. The two showed how users could use voice commands to access DVR-like pause and replay features, at one point joking that "Kinect is going to make taunting that much easier." Additional features included accessing ESPN game scores, video statistics, real-time polls, and sports trivia, all without leaving the video feed of the game itself.
E3: Microsoft's hottest games and gear--have a look