Inside the Kinect: A Look at the Technology That Has Redefined the Gaming Industry

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Guests: Inon Beracha, Howard Dahl, Dale Moser

Recently, the video game industry could be considered akin to an arms race, with Sony’s PlayStation, Nintendo’s Wii, and Microsoft’s Xbox technologies constantly evolving to one-up the others to capture the attention of gamers across the world.  Recently, Microsoft’s Xbox may have fired the defining shot in the “war” with the advent of the Kinect, a 3-D camera integration technology that enables users to effectively BE the controller, and control the outcome of the game through physical motion.  One benefactor of the success of the Kinect has been PrimeSense, the Israeli tech company that is behind the on-range camera technology that powers the Kinect.  Inon Beracha, the CEO of PrimeSense, joins “The American Entrepreneur” Ron Morris to discuss the PrineSense story, the technology behind the Kinect, and what’s on the horizon for gamers and non-gamers alike. Plus, Howard Dahl of Amity Technologies details the challenges he faced as one of the first American entrepreneurs to do business in post-Communist Russia, and Dale Moser, CEO of MegaBus, provides a behind-the-scenes look inside his high quality, low-cost transportation model.

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Inside the Kinect:  A Look at the Technology That Has Redefined the Gaming Industry
Inside the Kinect: A Look at the Technology That Has Redefined the Gaming Industry

Guests: Inon Beracha

Inon Beracha, the CEO of PrimeSense, joins “The American Entrepreneur” Ron Morris to discuss the PrineSense story, the technology behind the Kinect, and what’s on the horizon for gamers and non-gamers alike.

Howard Dahl
Howard Dahl

Guests: Howard Dahl

Howard Dahl of Amity Technologies details the challenges he faced as one of the first American entrepreneurs to do business in post-Communist Russia.

Dale Moser
Dale Moser

Guests: Dale Moser

Dale Moser, CEO of MegaBus, provides a behind-the-scenes look inside his high quality, low-cost transportation model.

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