Natal Debuts New Parental Controls for Xbox 360

By on June 11, 2010

Microsoft is set to show off their long awaited Project Natal for the Xbox 360. LA Times had the opportunity to try it out and reported on it. One thing they mentioned was a new parental control feature being put in place that utilizes the Natal to help them monitor what their child plays. Check it out:

Using facial recognition software, the camera checks who is playing and pulls up their personal avatars on the screen. The feature would, for example, let parents control which games their kids can play. If the console sees that the person playing is associated with a profile with parental controls, it will restrict the types of games that can be played.

Stay tuned to Das Reviews as we break more information on Project Natal!

Source: LA Times .

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