Kung-Fu for Kinect will be available on Xbox One in June

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Kung-Fu High Impact will soon be available on Xbox One with a brand new name: Kung-Fu for Kinect. The Virtual Air Guitar Company announced the game will be released in June, but no details were offered as to its exact launch date or final price.

This game is the perfect opportunity for you to put your kung-fu skills to work and turn yourself into a martial arts hero. Use all those interesting moves you saw in all those Bruce Lee movies to send comic-book villains to the ground. Punch, kick, and leap through the air to deliver fatal blows to your opponents. You can also conjure lightning and shoot flaming arrows to make sure you finish the job.

Kung-Fu for Kinect features a story mode with 22 levels and 9 replayable challenges, offering you many opportunities to employ everything you know. The game’s One-Shot Mode is also available for staging your own finishing moves. Release your inner Bruce Lee and create combos that send your opponents flying through the air. Punching air has never felt this good and playing Kung-Fu for Kinect may result in getting seriously fit.

Kinect technology makes games more fun because you can control your character using just your body, voice, and gestures. You can also use it to command your TV and even make Skype calls in HD.

If you haven’t purchased the Kinect Sensor for Xbox One, you can get this incredible device from the Microsoft Store for $99.99. After you try this experience, you’ll probably never return to the old controller.

Microsoft does not limit the Kinect technology to gaming. The sensor was used to help with self-driving cars of the future because the current crop of sensors in self-driving cars aren’t good enough. The camera technology in self-driving cars relies on stereovision, which is vulnerable to solar radiation and as a result, cars can experience errors in transit. These errors could lead to injuries or even fatal accidents. A recent article in the IEEE Sensors Journal described a Microsoft Kinect arrangement on a robotic vehicle capable of avoiding outdoor solar radiation contamination.

In any case, we promise to keep you updated as soon as new information is available on Kung-Fu for Kinect.

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