May 15, 2017 06:18 AM EDT
Microsoft Get Some Big News, To Introduce A Brand New UI For Xbox Project Scorpio And Reveals Piece Of Hardware For Scorpio
It's the buzz of the gaming world, Microsoft has just shown off a potential new Xbox Project Scorpio dashboard user interface. At the Microsoft Build 2017 Conference, Microsoft has just shown the new Motion Fluent Design interface for the company's Xbox and Windows 10, and this new UI might likely to use in the company's next-gen gaming console.
The Redmond-based software company has just shown the world its new Fluent Design System during the company's annual developers build conference in Seattle, Washington. Previously known as 'Project Neon', the potentially new user interface has been shown only on Xbox One and Windows 10. This has resulted to some speculations and rumors that this might be used or applied by Microsoft to its next-gen Xbox Project Scorpio, according to Wccftech.
With the newly introduced Fluent Design System, Microsoft appears to be creating something new, a UI design that will allow users to work in flexible ways across multiple devices. In the latest UI effort, Microsoft seems to have a focus on seamless, multi-sensory experience. As posted in the Microsoft Fluent website, the new Fluent Design System is the software giant's vision for the future of interfaces, which will be used across all of Microsoft-powered devices and systems.
As mentioned earlier by Wccftech, chances are high that this new UI will also be used for Microsoft's upcoming Xbox Project Scorpio. Last February, a Microsoft engineer announced that the company has been working on a new "Motion" design language destined for Project Scorpio. Sources familiar with the said project have confirmed that the Xbox Project Scorpio will use the same 'Motion' design language as the Microsoft Windows 10.
In other Xbox Scorpio-related news, Scorpio's first must-have accessory has been revealed to the public ahead of the holiday 2017 release date. Fans have given a look at the very important piece of hardware for the Microsoft's Xbox Project Scorpio, The Express reported.
First in the list is the LucidSound, which has unveiled the LS35X gaming headset that connects wirelessly to Xbox One and Xbox Scorpio. And unlike previous Xbox One headsets, the new LucidSounds LS35X gaming headset doesn't need cables or a base station to connect to the gaming console.
According to The Express, the LucidSounds headset uses the same technology as the official Xbox One controller, which makes the headset more compatible to use with the previous version and the upcoming Microsoft gaming consoles. Additionally, people who already own an Xbox Wireless Adapter can also use the headset with their Windows 10-powered PCs.
As for the specs, the new LucidSounds LS35X uses a precision 50mm neodymium drivers along with a sophisticated head tracking technology. It also features an ear-cup control system and an ear-cup design on board, which has resulted in increased comfort and enhanced audio accuracy.
Xbox fans will get more details about the much-awaited Xbox Project Scorpio, including the price and release date, at this year's E3 event on June.