By Wand Agency
http://www.netbooknews.com SoftKinetic's founder and CEO, Michel Tombroff, recently told us that his Brussels-based team is working to develop iisu for multiple uses (and with multiple partners) beyond the video-game universe.
SoftKinetic has announced working relationships with EA Sports, Orange France Telecom, Sprint Wireless, uWink, Jumpingym and Silverfit (gym-quality fitness systems that are already coming to market.) Even thought their main focus at GTC 2010 was talking about their TV integration goals, further research revealed that the company is also teaming up with Texas Instruments to produce interfaces for consumer electronics, appliances computers, digital signage, cars and robotics.
The interesting part is that this technology will work on a netbook, it just needs the right kind of camera, one that sees depth. Other then that the hardware requirements can easily be tackled by the atom.