What gaming I do has been on computers rather than consoles, so this is a development I missed—using the new Xbox for ghost-hunting.
Ever since the release of the Kinect motion sensor controllers in 2010, gamers have been posting videos of “Kinect Ghosts” detected by their Xbox 360. The Kinect prompts you when a new person is in the room, a phenomena dismissed as a glitch by most users if they’re alone. However there are hundreds of videos on youtube of not only ‘someone not there’ being detected, but these ‘ghosts’ also using the motion controller to operate the system.
It makes sense, really. Ever since the invention of the flash camera and the tape recorder, not to mention other instruments, people have been trying to record photos, audio, temperature anomalies, and other “hard” evidence of ghosts.
The blog posts links to this YouTube video of a “Kinect Ghost,” and from its links you can find others.
Have you tried it?
One thought on “Gamers and Ghost-hunters”
Maybe the “ghosts” aren’t in the room, but in the Xbox… Hmmm??
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