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@BangBangClick For music yeah, if you’re gonna act like a radio station, expect to pay royalties like one. Playing a game on stream with commentary, showing your unique experience, is a transformative use of the material and falls under fair use, like react videos (remember that court case)?
@Person_McHuman @ladbible I think it’s a thing like “imitation crab”. It’s not crab, but they must use the word to convey that it’s meant to taste like crab. I hear you, but how else do you make it clear that something is a chicken alternative?
@bottygerjoe @22_marcus_22 @AverageG4merYT @jedisaga This is not just depth and movement. This is tracking the position of bodies without hardware on the body. The Wii, the PS Move, all required the user to hold a device. The Kinect didn’t. That’s easy to see, you just ignore it because it isn’t convenient.
@bottygerjoe @22_marcus_22 @AverageG4merYT @jedisaga I’ve given you all the evidence needed. You’re just ignoring it because you don’t like it and that’s not how this works. If you can’t handle being in a discussion, don’t enter it.
@bottygerjoe @22_marcus_22 @AverageG4merYT @jedisaga You’re wrong. Some of Microsoft’s biggest new technologies are utilizing that technology. It was undoubtedly innovative, even in gaming. Kinect itself flopped but the tech made it into Windows Mixed Reality headsets which are popular for tracking with no need for “lighthouses”.
@bottygerjoe @22_marcus_22 @AverageG4merYT @jedisaga This is totally different. Kinect is controller-less body and room tracking. Kinect’s tech has evolved into the SLAM tech in Microsoft Hololens, not to mention it’s still being sold as Azure Kinect for developers.
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