Adidas and THQ unveil miCoach Interactive Training System
Written Monday, June 06, 2011 By Lee BradleyView author's profile
Adidas have teamed up with THQ to create MiCoach Interactive Training System, a fitness game with Kinect support.
Devised as a direct competitor to EA Sports Active, the game will feature training regimes built around basketball, football, American football, tennis and running. Top sports stars such as Kaka, Jessica Ennis and Ana Ivanovic will act as on-screen personal trainers.
MiCoach will use Kinect to display your body in the game, while people with an Adidas MiCoach heart rate monitor will receive real-time feedback on their workout.
In addition to this, those with the miCoach smartphone app can also synchronise data with the game, allowing them to access a complete record of their progress when they're down the pub or in KFC feeling guilty.
No pricing or release date details yet.