Kinect video chat porn
This week, Microsoft finally showed that real-time chat feature for its Holo Lens augmented reality headset in action with the posting of the recent TED Talk Holo Lens demo video.Now the company is showing off more of that chat feature, which Microsoft calls, for some reason, "Holoportation".
It packs a high-resolution 1080p camera that can “see” in the dark and multiple microphones, after all. Adding to the controversy over the new Kinect is its “always listening” mode, revealed to Polygon by Microsoft hardware program manager John Link, which means the Kinect’s microphones can detect voice commands at all times – even when the console is powered off.
Fortunately, Jeff Henshaw, one of the executives tasked with Xbox development, clarified to Cnet that Microsoft “will give you modes that ensure your privacy,” meaning that you can turn “always listening” off – Henshaw doesn’t say so explicitly, however – and definitely keep the camera’s prying eye from invading your living room at all times (this he does address head on).
“Yahoo reacted furiously to the webcam interception when approached by the Guardian.
The company denied any prior knowledge of the program, accusing the agencies of "a whole new level of violation of our users' privacy".” The worst part about it?