Microsoft's plans to use Project Natal
for more than just Xbox 360 gaming were clear from the start; Bill Gates spared little time before confirming
that the Windows team was already eyeing up the motion-tracking hardware for their own purposes. Its taken a while, however, before they've told us exactly how else Natal might integrate with our lives outside of game-play. According to
Marc Whitten, general manager of the Xbox 360 team at Microsoft, Project Natal is "about all living room experiences," down to tracking your favorite sports teams based on what jersey you're wearing or which referee decisions you're boo'ing.