Microsoft has sold over 25 million Kinects as an add-on for the Xbox 360, ushering in "controller-less" engagement with games. Kinect 2 will come packed inside every Xbox One (hence the extra $100 price point over the PS4, which will sell its PS4 Camera separately for $60). This bundle is important as publishers and developers will be more apt to support the device, something that has been lacking on the 360. Microsoft also has big plans for the entertainment functionality of the new and improved Kinect, which can recognize and track multiple family members' faces and expressions and even gauge your heart rate.
We looked to Microsoft senior vice president Yusuf Mehdi to learn more about what the company's new videogame console can and can't do.