Xbox’s controller-less peripheral can perform motion capture in your living room.
Team Dakota, the studio behind Xbox One exclusive, Project Spark, announced voice and motion capture via Kinect, the developer revealed at Gamescom today. The user generated title can record body, facial, voice, and sound to create custom dialog, animations and cinematic.
Project Spark allows this motion capture, naturally, within the confines of your very own living room. Facial expressions can be recorded and applied to in-game characters including attack animations. Dialog can go as far as singing and you can modulate sounds, Microsoft described via their official website.
Also announced for PS is the beta launch. “Invitations will begin rolling out to registered beta participants starting at the end of October 2013 for Windows 8 devices and January 2014 for Xbox One creators,” Team Dakota detailed. Interested players can register for the beta on the Project Spark site.