Between Modern Warefare 2 looking awesome, Splinter Cell and Alan Wake finally emerging and stunning, Forza 3 taking a generational leap from the previous entry with cars flipping and fucking bendy-physics tires to boot, surprises with Metal Gear, Left For Dead 2 and Crackdown 2 (!!!), then ODST with its own horde mode and Halo: Reach getting teased... the conference was wall to wall gaming that I can't wait for. Add onto that the fact that we're getting another awesome Live & Dashboard update (wonderful even if I'm not gonna use half of the added functionality) and then that insane camera... it was an awesome conference. Even if you're suspiciously & magically immune to them, there's no denying MS put on a good show focused on what matters: games.
Supposedly it can do facial recognition, so it can tell not only how many people are infront of it, but recognize who's in front of it. Which basically sounds insane. I think it's undeniably cool tech, but it's got to have some killer apps. I bet we won't really see this through till the next xbox.
-can multiple people simultaneously play a game without being directly in front of the camera? Could be an issue with multiplayer games, which is why we is so succesful with casuals.