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      Magic: The Gathering Fire Wall Is Motion-Controlled Wizardry For this years PAX East, Wizards of the Coast had an interactive Fire Wall on display developed by M1 Interactive and designed by Sitelines Productions. It used Kinect motion tracking to let convention-goers hurl fireballs with real time physics and spacial sound effects. Check it out in the video below: Its a good thing I wasnt at PAX because Id probably get kicked out for trying to chuck fire with my peen

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