WiTrack incorporates one set of four antennas, which should be sufficient to cover all the rooms in one house
A subject's position is tracked by a WiTrack system (screen at lower left) located in another room
Microsoft's Kinect system is certainly impressive, but now that we've had a chance to get used to it and start taking it for granted, it does have one problem – you have to stay located in front of it. MIT's new WiTrack system, however, can track users' movements even when those people are in another room. Among other things, this could allow for video games in which the players run all over their house.
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