But this sounds awesome! :D I'd definately get one of these.
Hands free Xbox 360 is unveiled
A 3D computer game console that ditches controllers and uses full body movement instead has been unveiled by Microsoft.
The motion-sensing system codenamed "Project Natal" is capable of allowing players to kick a virtual football or pull an imaginary trigger.
It will work with the firm's current Xbox 360 machine and is designed to challenge the massive dominance among families of its rival, the Nintendo Wii.
The secret device was revealed last night at the E3 gaming expo in Los Angeles.
The system uses a camera and sensors to work out the distance of a player from the TV and then builds up a three-dimensional map of their movements.
It differs from the motion-sensing Wii which still needs participants to hold a controller in their hand to replicate actions on screen.
Natal can also respond to voice commands and facial expressions.
It was launched by film director Steven Spielberg, who has himself begun to create games. His first effort, a puzzle title called Boom Blox, won a BAFTA Award earlier this year.
He said: "The next step in interactive entertainment is to make the controller disappear. With this device, we'll see games that bring everyone together through technology that actually recognises us."
He added: "Despite the size of the industry, 60 per cent of households do not own a videogame console. The only way to bring interactive entertainment to everybody is to make the technology invisible."
Microsoft also used the event to announce partnerships with Facebook and music recommendation service Last.fm, both of which will now work on the US giant's console.
The firm's John Schappert added: "We're creating the definitive social network."