Computing giant Microsoft has now announced that ten million Kinect sensors have been sold worldwide since it was launched.
According to new figures, the new technology helped to sell more than ten million standalone Kinect-based games worldwide to date.
Earlier in the year, the Guinness World Records committee named Kinect for Xbox 360 as the fastest-selling consumer electronics device ever.
Indeed, statistics said Microsoft has sold an average of 133,333 units per day for a total of eight million units sold in its first 60 days at retail.
Earlier this week, Electronics.ca Publications said that global sales of both sensors and MEMs are projected to reach nearly $11.1 billion (£6.8 billion) in global revenue and 9.6 billion unit shipments.
Over the next five years, sales and shipments are expected to experience average annual growth of 12 per cent.
The report also predicted that average selling prices will grow just slightly, reaching $1.15 in 2011 and growing slightly to $1.18 by 2016.