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Kinect (known in development as Project Natal) is a motion sensing input device made for the Xbox 360, Xbox One and Windows PCs. It enables users to control and interact with the console or machine without the need of a controller, keyboard or mouse by using spoken-voice commands or physical gestures. The Kinect was created to compete with the Nintendo Wii's Motion Plus and Playstation's Playstation Move.
The Kinect was released for the Xbox 360 on November 4 2010 and then released for Windows on February 1 2012.
The device claimed the Guiness World Record for "fastest selling consumer electronic device", after selling over 8 million units in the fist 60 days of release.