Xbox One Kinect Gesture and Voice Command Cheat Sheet

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Xbox One’s newfangled Kinect sensor still hasn’t locked down consistent and reliable recognition of motion and voice control, but nevertheless the technology continues to impress with its current and potential capabilities.

If you’re curious to learn every possible command the Kinect is capable of right out of the box, check out these handy reference guides for diagrams and instructions showing how to control the Xbox One using simple hand gestures and voice commands. You can enlarge the screen grabs below (right click-view image or save as) or download the original PDF file. Xbox Support also provides video demonstrations for how to correctly perform the hand gestures here.

So, who out there owns an Xbox One? What do you think of the Kinect’s performance so far? Has it improved since Kinect on Xbox 360? Do you use voice and gesture commands? Or do you prefer sticking with the regular controller? Sound off in the comments. We would love to hear your thoughts on Xbox One and Kinect!

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The Complete List of Kinect Gesture and Voice Commands For Your Referencing Pleasure [Xbox Wire]

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