Project Natal E3 2010 Event: No Video or Cameras allowed

By Alan Ng - May 5, 2010

Remember Microsoft’s big pre-E3 Project Natal event that they have planned? It turns out that we won’t be able to get any footage or pictures from the event. Disappointing.

As reported from VG247, Microsoft has labelled the event a ‘technology-free’ event, instead preferring to make use of ‘visual assets’ to get the word across about their new motion sensing toy.

When speaking to VG247, a spokesman had this to say: “No, this event is a “technology free” event designed for you to come and enjoy yourself. Please leave your technology at home, no photography or video allowed. Visual assets will be provided following the event.”

Not sure what to make of this. Its hardly good reading for everyone who is worried about lag issues for Project Natal is it? Hopefully Microsoft’s keynote at E3 itself will explain all about Project Natal.

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Also See: E3 2010: Project Natal Event – First Pictures from Premiere