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Microsoft has given all indications that its yet-to-be named, next-generation Xbox will be unveiled at its "A New Generation Revealed" event May 21 at 10am PT / Noon ET. One feature that is expected to bring the Xbox 720 to a new level (but might not be ready at launch) is IllumiRoom which Microsoft first showed off at this year at CES.
Microsoft Research describes it as a system which "augments the area surrounding a television screen with projected visualizations to enhance the traditional living room entertainment experience."
Here's a video that Microsoft prepared to show off the basics of IllumiRoom.
As usual, rumors about what is going to be included in the new gaming console are flying everywhere but Microsoft, following the footsteps of Apple and Steve Jobs, has dilvulged almost no information and no one has left a device in a bar, as yet.
The name of the new device is not even known. Most people and publications are calling it the Xbox 720, but some say it was given the code name Durango which could stick. More on this and other rumors later in this gallery.
IllumiRoom projects across an entire wall.
Credit: Brett Jones, Microsoft
This is Microsoft's demonstration wall, one you might see in any cluttered living room with your TV or gaming monitor right in the middle.
Credit: Brent Jones, Microsoft