Beary interesting new screens and details for Kinect Nat Geo TV

Nat Geo WILD TV is coming to the Xbox 360 with Kinect this fall, and if you ever wanted to become a bear or watch some guy kiss a wolf, then here’s your chance!

With Kinect Nat Geo TV, the popular kids learning program looks to provide for a more interactive experience thanks to the Kinect-enabled controls.

Take a quick look at some screens of the game and read on for the press releasse wth additional details.

Kinect Nat Geo TV screens:

?Kinect Nat Geo TV? blends world-renowned Nat Geo WILD TV programs with intuitive Kinect for Xbox 360 technology, transporting children and their families to animal habitats around the world to inspire a sense of wonder and excitement about nature. Through the magic of Kinect ?reach in and explore? interactivity, kids do more than just watch television ? they will engage, play and learn using their full bodies, gestures and voices.

The National Geographic Society excites kids about their world through stunning photography and video, amazing facts and engaging storytelling. ?Kinect Nat Geo TV,? along with Nat Geo WILD TV, National Geographic Kids and National Geographic Games, delivers the ultimate two-way TV experience that inspires kids to care about the planet.

Develop naturalist skills, learn about the environment and get to know wild animals. Each 30-minute TV episode includes visual cues on the screen that show viewers there is an interactive ?sidetrack? experience they can engage with. Families play and learn together as ?Kinect Nat Geo TV? turns living rooms into forests and transforms kids into animals with ?Go WILD? role-play games. ?Kinect Nat Geo TV? will also provide access to archived episodes of Nat Geo WILD TV programs through Kinect.

?Kinect Nat Geo TV? is just one of the new two-way TV experiences available for Kinect that provide children and families with entirely new ways to learn through play.