Nyko Zoom for Kinect allow you to play up to 40% closer

If you are from those who don’t have enough space in your room and have problems when playing Kinect compatible Xbox360 games, this little gadget will be handy for you.

Nyko Zoom for Kinect has a simple clip-on design and will allow you to enjoy Microsoft Kinect games in 40% less space, and also enables two people to play in an area normally only suitable for a single player, which makes it ideal for apartments, dorms and small living rooms. It utilizes series of proprietary lenses and doesn’t require any additional software, power supply or batteries and basically zooms the sight of the Kinect sensor.

Xbox Zoom for Kinect

Nyko Zoom will come August 23 for $29.99.

Xbox Zoom for Kinect

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