If the Kinect motion-tracking system impresses you, check out how a similar technology (plus a whole bunch of lasers and Ping-Pong balls) creates a sinuous interactive art experience.
Intel Capital is investing in motion-sensing technologies that would enable a more natural way to interact with computers, particularly mobile devices.
The Xbox 360 maker will soon release a motion-sensitive video camera that will let players control games with their bodies, The Wall Street Journal reports.
At its Windows 10 event, Microsoft shows off a convincing prototype that floats 3D images before your eyes and can change the look of real-world objects. So where does it go from here?
Virtual reality is still a virtual reality; until certain aspects evolve, don't expect perfection any time soon. This was never more clear than at this year's CES show in Vegas.
Many millions of people worldwide live with a disabling hearing loss. Now a team of deaf entrepreneurs is using motion-sensing tech to help the deaf and those who can hear communicate. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports.
These clever adaptations could turn your out-of-date smartphone into a smart home device.
Microsoft says it plans to release the new motion-sensing device to developers starting July 15 for $199 each.
Today's smart devices can light up your home or watch out for intruders -- but what happens when you get creative?
What media player? What Kinect? Microsoft focuses on upcoming games for the Xbox One during its big presentation at the annual E3 conference. Could that have been a mistake?