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  • (Microsoft demonstrated a game called Ricochet, which involved full-body ball-deflection), but does so in a far more sophisticated manner.

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  • In a demo game called Ricochet, players can use their arms, legs, torso and head to block an onslaught of virtual projectiles.


  • The Ricochet is a very fast stunt car for outdoors that can do wheelies, flip itself on ramps and even run upside down on its big tyres.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • The udrop 'Ricochet' with shock-absorbing air pockets.

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  • For smaller operations like udrop, the methodology is more improvisational: To demonstrate the effectiveness of the udrop "Ricochet" case at the Consumer Electronics Show in January, Mr. Birch threw his encased iPhone to the floor.

    The Quest for Phone 'It' Look

  • "Ricochet" is one of Bowie's more meaningful songs and it works for audiences today quite well as a provocative interpersonal song.

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  • Hell, this recycled action movie can't even muster up the energy of the similarly themed Denzel Washington / John Lithgow revenge thriller "Ricochet", and not many people will cop to liking that flick (I will).

    The Hollywood News

  • The Xbox maker demonstrated "Project Natal" with three prototype programs: "Ricochet," a soccerlike game that requires players to use their bodies to bounce balls at targets; "Paint Party," an art-making program that uses players 'hands as the brush; and "Milo," essentially a virtual boy who communicates and interacts with the player. Top headlines

  • In the "Ricochet" demo with the ball and the brick wall, the moment I stepped in front of the Natal device, a translucent purple silhouette appeared on the screen, mimicking my movements like a digital shadow.

    Ottawa Sun

  • "Ricochet," a mini-game that had player Alice moving back and forth, left and right, punching and kicking on-coming bouncing balls.

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