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Microsoft announced today that it has signed up the first companies that will offer ads running on Microsoft's Kinect-based NUads interactive TV advertising format.
Microsoft has sent Neowin a statement concerning information that was reported earlier this week concerning the company's plans for its Kinect-based NUads TV commercial project.
Microsoft is working on a program that will use its Kinect technology to develop what it calls NUads, which actually lets TV advertisers watch how an audience reacts to TV commercials.
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